September 26, 2007
From: Kamal El Tawil
Concerning message #20762:
Dear Bill :
Many thanks for your reply to my message. You say it is surprising how they can distort and squeeze their bodies to fit in seemingly impossible spaces. This is exactly what I observed with these two animals and I attach a picture of the little crevice in which they disappreared into.
Kamal El Tawil
firstname.lastname@example.orgEl Tawil, K., 2007 (Sep 26) Re: Trailing Platydoris striata from the Red Sea. [Message in] Sea Slug Forum. Australian Museum, Sydney. Available from http://www.seaslugforum.net/find/20787
I wish I had taken photos of distorted and twisted animals - but like everyone else I usually wait until they look more photogenic.
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