This is a Spanish Dancer and is one of the biggest nudibranch species you can find on the Great Barrier Reef. You can see how they get their name, when they move through the water the contractions and undulations look like the red skirt of a dancer.
— MaduroDive (@MaduroDive) September 12, 2022
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