Meet Jorunna parva, a variety of sea slug related to the colorful nudibranch.
For reasons you can probably infer, this slug is popularly known as the “sea bunny.”
Native to the waters around Japan and the Philippines, sea bunnies are only about two centimeters long.
They appear to be fuzzy, with ears and a tail.
Their “ears” are called rhinophores, which are actually more like noses than ears!