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THIS odd little creature has been called “the slug that eats the sun” or the “solar-powered slug”. That’s because the eastern emerald eelysia, scientific name Elysia chlorotsica, is a slug that’s not only green and shaped like a leaf, but just li----ke a plant, it also converts the sun’s energy into nutrients to stay alive.


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