SEOUL, Oct. 22 (Korea Bizwire) — The National Institute of Biological Resources, affiliated with the Ministry of Environment located in Incheon, will hold an exhibition of nudibranchs.
Nudibranchs are shell-less snails that live in the sea.
They are often referred to as “hidden gems in the ocean” for their unique, diverse forms and brilliant colors, but they are not well-known sea creatures in South Korea.
The exhibition, which will run through April 12 next year, will introduce images of the investigation and discovery of nudibranchs, their various ecology and their unique survival strategies.
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