Behold the super-slimy awesomeness that is the Black Sea Hare (Aplysia vaccaria), the world’s largest species of sea slug, weighing up to 30 lbs and measuring over 3 feet long. Black Sea Hares come to shore to lay their eggs and are apparently even slimier to the touch than they look.

Watch as Coyote Peterson of the Brave Wilderness Channel and tide pool expert Aron Sanchez encounter a spectacular specimen of this colossal gastropod mollusk in a tide pools off the coast of the Pacific Ocean in San Pedro, CA:

[via Nerdist and Sploid]


Happy April Fools’ Day! 
This year I decided to turn into an Augur of Ebrietas and hold an “Ask me anything”-note over on Reddit. To prove my identity pictures of my daily life were needed. So silly, yet so much fun. Feel free to have a look.


The augur was made out of apoxie.