Kaburakia excelsa

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Giant Flatworm:
Giant Flatworm (Kaburakia excelsa): The giant flatworm is recognized by its size (sometimes ten centimeters long), and by the presence of tiny eye spots along the perimeter, and a pair of tentacles that look a lot like slug antennae. The eye spots, however, are very hard to see, and the tentacles can be retracted.

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