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Nudibranchs of Papua New Guinea

Nudibranchs of Papua New Guinea

(3:26) Nudibranchs are like slugs, except much more interesting with extraordinary colours and striking forms. There are more than 3,000 described species of nudibranchs.

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will these magnificent creatures still be alive when global warming REALLY, i mean REALLY REALLY REALLY kicks in?

answer is nope.

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will these magnificent creatures still be alive when global warming REALLY, i mean REALLY REALLY REALLY kicks in?

answer is nope.

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Guest: facepalm (1181 days ago)

Well its been much warmer in the last 12,000 years, and they survived that,, so I think they will cope quite adequately

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Well its been much warmer in the last 12,000 years, and they survived that,, so I think they will cope quite adequately

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WalterEgo WalterEgo (1181 days ago)
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They may not cope with the acidification of the oceans.

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They may not cope with the acidification of the oceans.

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