What’s lime green with white racing stripes? We’ve added beautiful Taylor’s sea hares to the Wetlands Gallery. Romance is in the air for these tiny animals—look close when you visit and you’ll see egg masses!
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….is a species of nudibranch found throughout the Mediterranean sea and eastern Atlantic. T.fimbria is a hunter and combs the ocean floor for small crustaceans, scooping them up in its large hood. Although they are often found in the sand, these nudibranchs are also accomplished swimmers and can often be seen swimming in the water column.