A new video shows how a sea slug’s life is transformed when it is fed seaweed.
The video shows the slug, which is native to the Pacific Ocean, eating the algae-rich seaweed that surrounds its mouth.
When it gets the seaweed, it then takes it to a saltwater tank where it feeds on the sea slug.
The clip, posted to YouTube by marine life advocacy group Sea Life Action, was shot by a member of the group.
The footage was released on March 22, and has been viewed nearly 4 million times.
The group, which also includes ocean biologists, has raised millions of dollars in a crowdfunding campaign.
The slug is a native to both the Pacific and Atlantic Oceans, according to the group’s website.
The saltwater, which feeds the sea slugs, is also a popular choice for aquariums, as the algae grows.
The sea slug is one of many marine life groups that are trying to help aquariums keep their freshwater aquariums clean.
“These sea slug habitats are so important to the ocean, and to the reef, that it’s critical that aquariums and aquaria keep their habitat clean and clean,” David Stauffer, president of the Sea Life Alliance, said in a statement.
“The sea slug has the largest number of species of algae on Earth and is so essential to our ocean and our ecosystem, it’s a critical habitat for our marine wildlife.”