Sea slugs, also known as nudibranchs, come in wide variety of shapes and colors that sometimes seem quite un-slug-like. Similarly, they can be much more active than your stereotypical slug, and some species are even able to swim. An example is the giant swimming nudibranch, which can reach a length of up to a foot long and feeds on sea anemones. Though they also crawl along the sea floor, giant swimming nudibranchs can also swim to escape from danger more quickly.
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