Meet the sea bunnies, the weird sea creatures that Japan is in love with


Your initial impression of “incredibly cute” when you hear the term “slug” undoubtedly isn’t “cute,” but after seeing these Jorunna parva sea slugs, you might think otherwise.

We understand why these oddly endearing slugs have amassed a huge following on Japanese Twitter.

It’s fair to say that the sea slug have been likened to fuzzy tiny rabbits.

Their skins are smooth and puffy, and they have tiny ears that resemble bunnies but are essentially sensitive rhinophores that they use to discover food and partners.

As per Sora News 24, Japanese divers call the slugs “goma-chan,” which means to “cute little sesame,” out of fondness.

An adorable name for an adorable creature!

It never occurred to us to want to snuggle a slug, but well, it’s all a first once.

We believe it’s about that the world as a whole saw how lovely these little sea creatures are since they are almost too sweet for words.

One or two of them are white,  a few of them are yellow  and they’re all just so adorable and cuddly!

Share about these cuties with your friends and family to make their day and fill it with love and light.

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