The waters off the west coast of Norway is filled with nude beauties. Dressed in their most seductive and colorful outfits, they are all bisexual and their favorite position is the enticing 69. Sounds interesting? Join the Nudibranch Safari at Gulen Dive Resort and learn more about the butterflies of the sea!
The universe of the nudibranchs is a strange microcosmos - and if you get hooked, you'll soon find yourself addicted to looking for new and ever stranger species. For most people it takes several years of scuba diving before they see their first nudibranch, but as soon as you discover these delicate little creatures you'll start seeing them on almost every dive.
The colors and shapes give them an alluring power much greater than their size. Even big, burly fellows with twin-tanks and tough-guy attitude might come back on shore with a soft look on their face, saying "man, did you see that beeeautiful slug?"
Nudibranchs are carnivores, and feed on almost all kinds of other animals. If you want to find a particular species, it helps to know what it feeds on: Many prefer hydroids, while others feed on bryozoans, dead men's fingers soft coral, sponges, bryozoans, anemones, barnacles and even eggs from other nudibranchs.