Sea Hare

Sea Hare

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The Sea Hare is a regular visitor to our shores during spring and early summer. The clue to its name is provided by four tentacles on the head which have folds resembling a rabbit’s ear. This unusual member of the mollusc family lays large quantities of yellow egg-strings. It is frequently found in rock pools and feeds on sea lettuce or Ulva.

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