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Sea salps, slugs ... aliens? What are the pink squishy creatures washing up in Huntington Beach?

L.A. Times Wednesday, 30 November 2016
Pink, gelatinous sea creatures washing up in Huntington Beach this week have beach-goers and officials scratching their heads.

The small pod-like critters, which slither and burrow into the sand, were seen along state and city beaches Monday and Tuesday.

"They've made an appearance on our beaches...
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News video: Expert: Mysterious Sea Creatures Washed Ashore In Huntington Beach Most Likely Species of Sea Cucumbers

Expert: Mysterious Sea Creatures Washed Ashore In Huntington Beach Most Likely Species of Sea Cucumbers 00:47

A marine biologist says the small pod-like critters were probably washed ashore by last weekend's storm.

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