In New South Wales, Australia on Mount Kaputar, there lives a community of giant-ass hot pink slugs. The specimen is called Triboniophorus aff. graeffei which I suspect translates to giant-ass hot pink slugs. Something along those lines, anyway. These things… they’re pretty confusing to me. On one hand, they’re slimy and gooey as all hell, but on the other hand, damn that is a really great shade of pink. Jk, that shade of pink is just OKAY, but it doesn’t even come close to making up for how nasty these dudes look. Now throw on a party hat and some sunglasses and maybe I can deal. Yeah you’re right — with the party hat/sunglasses combo, I can definitely deal.


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2 Comments

  1. Rambouillet

    In nature, bright reds, yelllows or shades of orange often indicates poison in a plant or animal.

  2. Tori

    Ew. How big do they get??? I don’t like hot pink, either…

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