70cm x 53cm
cobra water mixable oils on textured board.
Commonly called sea slugs, the nudibranchs comprise more than 3000 species. Most of them display the most brilliant colours and patterns and as a protection against predators some are distasteful and poisonous to eat. They are tiny and difficult to spot among the corals. They were prolific on the reefs of Bunaken National Park in Indonesia, where I filmed several examples.

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