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3.99 / 5.00

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Glaucus atlanticus is a blue sea slug that lives on the surface of the Atlantic ocean. It's rayed cerata on each of it's 6 arms gives it the graceful appearance of a tiny bird spreading it's wings under water. They mainly eat jellyfish, including many types of highly venomous jellyfish. Though not naturally poisonous, they can store the venom from jellyfish they eat in the tips of their cerata, which can then use to deter other fish or animals from eating them.

I saw Irontom drawing monstergirls and was inspired.



Rated 5 / 5 stars

At first I thought "What's a harpy doing in the water?". I then saw she has face-tendrils, so stopped being lazy and read the description. ..I've never thought a sea slug could be so pretty. O_o

DeliciousOrange responds:

The Earth is a truly fascinating and awesome place to live.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I wish I could breath water and tell her she is beautiful man two thumbs up

DeliciousOrange responds:

Glaucus Atlanticus lives on the ocean surface. You wouldn't need to breath water to see her.


Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Fap aborted lol. No really I like it.

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Rated 5 / 5 stars

sweet bra!
i like how the hips are just right as well.
ps- have you thought about remaking pokemon monsters?

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DeliciousOrange responds:

I could, but for some reason I think that would be a bit cliche.


Rated 5 / 5 stars


This is just beautiful, but does it really deserve an M? Sure this is leading into an A rated piece, but this on it's own is not explicit at all. It's rather pleasant, actually. :)

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DeliciousOrange responds:

Newgrounds sets the rating. Any amount of nudity or sexual innuendo pretty much means an M. While the idea here was to keep things as tasteful as possible, she is still swimming around as natural as the day she was born.