Two “tailgaiting” nudibranchs (Risbecia tryoni) off Manado, North Sulawesi, Indonesia. This is a behaviour often seen in this species, where two (or sometimes more) animals crawl along, with the back animal keeping physical contact with the back mantle edge of the leader.
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Nikon D300, 60mm Micro Nikkor, ISO 200 in RAW, f/32 at 1/60 sec, Seacam housing, Seacam flash.
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