Australia's parks and wildlife service posted this image Wednesday, of a hot pink slug found in a remote part of the continent.
The Sydney Morning Herald says that sometimes at night, the creatures come out in the hundreds.
The park's Facebook page says, "A series of volcanos and millions of years of erosion have carved a dramatic landscape at Mount Kaputar National Park, creating a fascinating world with some very colourful locals. http://bit.ly/11w3m0s"
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