A rare opportunity arose this week when the tide pulled in a large number of the Blue Dragon Glaucus Atlanticus nudibranch to shore. Following the Blue Bottle Jellyfish (its food) these gorgeous alien-like creatures washed up on beaches in Sydney. It was fantastic seeing the amount of interest they created and it was clear that all beach-goers were intrigued, impressed, and had formed a new love of what the ocean has to offer. This pelagic nudibranch eats the Blue Bottle jellyfish which give them their beautiful colour. It is a rare sight so I was pleased to see it not just once but twice this week at Bronte!