These giant hot-pink slugs live only on one mountaintop in Australia


Grist

You’d think it wouldn’t be very adaptive for a slug to be fluorescent bright pink, but in the tiny, unique ecosystem on top of Australia’s Mount Kaputar, it seems to work. Nice to know the ’80s are still alive and kicking on at least one Australian mountaintop.

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