Many nudibranchs are carnivores, and they eat mainly sponges, hydroids and bryozoans. Some types feed on tunicates, barnacles or anemones. Some even eat other sea slugs. The nudibranch simply envelopes prey with its large mouth and digests the foods, saving any poisons for their own use. For larger prey, sometimes they will take bites of the prey instead of eating it whole.
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