Move over SpongeBob, the ocean floor has a new heartthrob in town -- a bunny-esque sea creature called Jorunna Parva. Despite its lapine characteristics -- it has a "tail" and two "fluffy bunny ears" -- the Jorunna Parva is actually a sea slug that inhabits waters from South Africa to the central Pacific. Some 2.5 inches in length, the slug's body is covered with a series of tiny rods, giving it its fluffy appearance.
Check out the video to learn more about these cute marine creatures.
Video courtesy of Jukin’ Media.