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‘SEA SLUG CENSUS’ ASSISTING WITH MARINE RESEARCH

The annual ‘sea slug census’ is in full swing with dozens of people helping count the sea creatures this weekend.

Slugs are being monitored from South Stradbroke Island to Cook Island – with 25 species counted today at Burleigh.

It’s the third year the census has been held to assist with marine research at Southern Cross University.

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