Nudibranch Species - Svabhu Kohli
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The ocean has always had a sacred space in my heart and as an Advanced Scuba Diver, I feel immensely blessed and mesmerized to witness the world hidden within the deep oceans. My first dive introduced me to a species called the Nudibranch, who are a group of soft-bodied, marine gastropod mollusks which shed their shells after their larval stage. Their tiny size and striking colors give them an almost out-of-world charm. Over 2,300 species are currently known with many still to be discovered. I have illustrated a few of the species I’ve spotted and hope to discover and witness more in my future dives.
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