Diving Fun Fact

Green Neon Sea Slug, Gili Air, Indonesia

The green neon sea slug (Nembrotha Kubaryana Polyceridae) eats poisonous sea squirts and stores their toxins as a defence. When threatened, this nudibranch releases the stored toxins in a cloud of mucus to protect itself from predators. Read more about the sea life we encountered while diving Lombok in our post, A Scuba Divers Guide to Lombok, Indonesia.

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