Facts about Nudibranchs.

Nudibranchs are soft bodied, marine molluscs that shed their shells after their larval stage. They normally have extraordinary colouration patterns and prominent forms. The word nudibranch comes from the Latin word nudus meaning ‘naked’ and the Greek word brankhia that means ‘gills’. More than 3,000 species of nudibranchs have been described worldwide. Nudibranchs can occur READ MORE

Facts about Hermit crabs

Facts about Hermit crabs. Hermit crabs can be found both on land and in water. Unlike the normal crabs, hermit crabs have a soft vulnerable abdomen that needs protection. The most common protection they use is snail shells, but it can be any shell they fit into. When shells are hard to find they also READ MORE