You know the saying…”slow and steady wins the race”… or the snack. That might be true for sea slugs…sometimes. Dr. Jim Murray (CSU East Bay) studies the neurobiology and sensory systems and behavior of the sea slug Tritonia tetraquetra and how they chemically detect their prey. Learn more in today’s comic: sneaky snack.
And watch this Tritonia attack its prey…s…l…o…w…l…y…
While you were eagerly awaiting the terrestrial Easter bunny this past weekend, I was seeking out the marine one, the sea hare. Learn more about this underwater “bunny” that’s not really a bunny at all in today’s comic: bogus bunny
Hoping for more (…or should I say hopping)? Learn more here.
This slug is bananas, B-A-N-A-N-A-S! Well, they at least look like bananas. Learn more about slimy banana slugs in today’s comic: partners in slime.
Still going bananas for slugs? Learn more here.