There are various species of sea slugs, also commonly known as nudibranchs (although this is actually a more specific category of shell-less gastropods). Many eat algaes and seaweeds; these are considered herbivores. Other sea slugs consume sponges and other animals that are immobile as adults. Some species will even ingest sand in order to eat the tiny bacteria and algae growing on the grains.
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