Mud Monster

Mud Monsters

I suggest you never walk at low tide (or any tide) in a mangrove swamp. The mud is alive…

Mud Monster
Mud Monster

It was just plain mud a moment before I took these shots.

Mud Monster
Mud Monster

Above, you can see the critters hiding hole.

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Tropical sale marshes have slimy critters we don’t deal with in the fresh water marshes. However, they don’t smell as bad as South Carolina pluff mud.

6 thoughts on “Mud Monsters”

  1. I LOVE nudibranches. This was so cool. Glad you looked down. I caught one in my a hands underwater once. It fanned back and forth like a Spanish dancer’s skirt. Isn’t nature beautiful?


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