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Most sea slugs are brightly colored, which may warn potential predators to stay away. Sea slugs are soft-bodied snails that have no shell or plates to protect them.
Sea slugs have a number of defense mechanisms. Some of them have a nasty taste, others are able to camouflage themselves, and others are able to eat sea anemones and store their stinging cells in their body wall to ward off predators. The information for these defense mechanisms was given to these creatures by their Creator.
GENUS/SPECIES: More than 3,000 species
Size: Varies greatly; most between 0.2–24 in (0.4–60 cm)
Diet: Seaweed, sponges, coral
Habitat: Found at all depths worldwide