The sea hare, a soft-bodied marine creature, uses a sticky secretion to fool hungry predators, say scientists.
The slow-moving animals are known for defending themselves by squirting an off-putting mixture of purple ink and a white substance called opaline.
However, exactly how this sticky opaline is used to deter predators was previously unknown.
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