What are some of the most interesting creatures that live in the ocean?
Some very interesting sea creatures are well-known to many. But, there are also many kinds of life in the ocean that are a bit more obscure - life forms that aren't as heralded as their more common neighbors. Some ocean creatures are physical marvels, some have adapted in incredible ways, and some, like the shark, just keep swimming and eating their way through the eons. From the deep seas to the coral reef, there are millions of interesting sea life forms to choose from.
I do not know if you have heard about the Nudibranchs or commonly known as Sea Slugs. They are also called sea cucumbers because of their shape. They mostly pass off as aquatic vegetable because of their ability to attatch themselves to rock and stay still. Most of them are herbivorous. There are over thousands of species of this magnificent creature. They mostly stay in shallow and deep waters and prey mostly on the algae and plankton. They are preyed upon by other sea creatures like crabs, lobsters, fishes and even humans. Not only they are good food but they also contain medicinal properties.
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