This is a Jorunna Parva and they look like little sea bunnies.
They’re actually a type of sea slug that’s related to nudibranchs. Who knew?
And now that we know the basics, let us fall in love with their cuteness.
The Alabaster Nudibranch can be found in the temperate waters of the Pacific, from Alaska to California and along the coasts of Russia and Japan. The beautiful, wispy white tipped cerata are actually the animal’s lungs. But don’t let it’s delicate form fool you, this nudi’s jaws are strong enough to crack open the shell of a snail, one of its preferred meals - photo taken at Seattle, Washington