I was diving in Indonesia and found this. No one on the ship knew what it was...
Looks like a nudibranch, although I'm not sure what species exactly.
It could possibly be a species of Sea Cucumber, since all the large tentacles seem to be coming from the mouth end, which is similar to the Hidden Sea Cucumber Pseudothyone belli in the Caribbean.
I think I made some progress. It appears that this is a number of sea cucumbers, rather than one animal. I found something similar to what one of this would look like, but it doesn't have the projections on the legs. Anybody? Jane
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