- sea scorpion,
- sea scout,
- sea serpent,
- sea shanty,
- sea slater,
- sea snail,
- sea snake,
- sea spider,
- sea squab,
- sea squill
Origin of sea slug
Examples from the Web for sea slug
Trepang (sea-slug, Holothuria) and shark-fins are sent to the Chinese markets; also mother-of-pearl, wax and gold dust.
I understand the sea-slug, which the Indians call balate, is thus captured.
A good deal of salt is made, and there is a considerable fishery of trepang (sea-slug) and tortoises for the sake of the shells.
A more beautiful example of a phosphorescent mollusk is presented by a sea-slug called Phyllirho bucephala.
On the reefs of the Southern Ocean is found a kind of sea-slug termed the Beche-de-mer.