Deep in the sea there is a a bright green sea slug that seems to have the genes like the algae it eats, so that it can produce energy from sunlight just like plants. The little creature, called the eastern emerald elysia or Elysia chlorotica, has incorporated genes from algae into its own chromosomes enabling it to photosynthesis. ...
Ancula gibbosa Order: NUDIBRANCHIA// DORIDINA Superfamily: ANADORIDOIDEA Family: Goniodorididae Found: From the western Mediterranean around the northern Atlantic coast to the White Sea, Greenland & Iceland and across the New England coast of N. America. photo: White-spotted colour form, Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. PHOTO: C. Gibbs. Grows to about 30mm. Translucent white, usually with three longitudinal orange lines on body and orange tipped rhinophores, gills and papillae.