Blue dragon found on shore - GazeFeed

Blue dragon found on shore - GazeFeed


At the shore, a 7-year-old man noticed a “blue dragon.”

The blue dragon is a type of sea slug that grows only up to 3 centimeters, according to Padre Island National Seashore (PINS) in Texas, United States.

They eat the venomous "Portuguese man-of-war," often known as jellyfish.

Hunter Lane, 7, was found by the family while they were at PINS beach on May 3.

PINS also advised the audience not to touch blue dragon encounters because “their sting can be more painful than a man-of-war’s!” 

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