It's strange to think of a sea slug as adorable, but Japan is going crazy over these slugs that share a strong resemblance to fluffy bunny rabbits.
The Jorunna Parva maybe small, at just three-quarters of an inch long, but they've gone big on the internet.
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These bizarre creatures have been dubbed 'sea bunnies' thanks to their pointy black ears and seemingly fluffy tails.
Apparently these 'sea bunnies' also come in different colours including orange with black spots.
GUYS LOOK AT THESE CUTE LITTLE BEINGS SLUGS THINGIES FOUND IN THE SEA THEY'RE CALLED SEA BUNNIES OMG I'M DYING pic.twitter.com/cF9aVaD8Gt— Rabia (@Rabia_t) July 15, 2015
According to the Telegraph, the sea slugs are native to the Pacific Ocean and can be see as far north as Japan.
And although they look fluffy, it's quite likely that these shell-less molluscs actually have quite a slimy exterior.
Get ready for serious cuteness: "Sea bunnies" black speckled velvet sea slugs pic.twitter.com/nspOEZupdf— Denenge (@DenengeTheFirst) July 15, 2015
With all of this attention, it seems like everyone has forgotten that they're not actually rabbits!
The Jorunna isn't the only adorable sea creature to have captured the hearts of the public recently.
Just last month we told of a tiny pink octopus that is so cute scientists were considering calling it 'adorabilis'.
Stephanie Bush of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute told Smh.com.au: "New species are discovered every year, not all of them get described, it can take a lot of time, years sometimes."
She added: "I don't see any obvious reason why it would be inappropriate."
"It's easy to pronounce and popular with the public."
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