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|Coral reefs are full of hungry animals, however the coloration of this poisonous sea slug (Phyllidia ocellata) cautions predators that it is off the menu. (Darlyne A. Murawski/NationalGeographicStock. com, p. 37)||This infant slipper lobster is entirely transparent prior to growing a thick shell. Its bizarre eyes may confuse predators while it floats in the plankton. (Peter Parks/SeaPics. com, p. 39)||Fast-growing huge kelps (Macrocystis pyrifera) form cold-water forests that lots of fish, invertebrates, and creatures call house. (Phillip Colla/SeaPics. com, p. 79)||"Smiling" for the video camera, this vibrant ember parrotfish (Scarus rubroviolaceus) shows off its outstanding chops, which can easily pulverize coral. (Paul Sutherland/NationalGeographicStock. com, p. 148)|