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The adorable sea bunny is actually not a little bunny swimming in the sea, it’s a type of slug which is actually called Jorunna Parva it grows to be about 2-5 centimeters. The Jorunna Parva lives in the Indo-Pacific ocean from South Africa to the Central Pacific. There are many different colors of sea bunny but the most common colors are orange and yellow and most pictures show the sea bunny as white. The reason for the sea bunny’s coat looks the way it does is because of a bunch of tiny little rods, which are called Caryophyllidia that cover the sea bunny’s back they are sometimes arranged to were they look like little spots giving it a spotted appearance. This is all about the adorable sea bunny, now we know who delivers the Easter eggs under the sea!