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This is the most common coloring of the large slugs around Sitka. They get a little nervous when approached and pull in their eye stalks. When fully fully stretched this animal would probably be about 4 inches long.

Location: Westwood Trail at Sheldon Jackson College, Sitka, Alaska

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