This is a new one for me, I'll admit! Everyday when I'm doing research and run across something like this, it just amazes me. Looks a little like my ex mother-in-law, ya know?
Sea pigs are sea creatures closely related to sea cucumbers, belonging to the kingdom Animalia. These aquatic organisms are about four inches in length, and have 10 tentacles with tub like feet that are used not for swimming, but for marching along the ocean floor. Sea pigs are bottom feeders and detect food by scent; they remove organic particles from the mud with their deflating and inflating tentacles and eat the particles trapped in their tentacles. These sea creatures obtained their name from their pink-tint and chubby body, do not fall short of idiosyncrasy.
Ya know, the more I read about this thing the more it sounds like the ex MIL! Strange, but true!
Coffee out on the patio this morning. Want some blueberry cheese cake?