Jellyfish by Nicholas Samaras

Jellyfish by Nicholas Samaras Jellyfish are fascinating but weird and freaky at the same time.

Die mikroskopisch kleinen Korsetttierchen (0,25 bis 0,85 Millimeter) sind schwer zu erforschen, da sie ihr Leben an ein Sandkörnchen geheftet auf dem Meeresgrund verbringen. Meist werden sie in etwa 400 Metern Tiefe gefunden, eine Art haben Forscher aber auch schon 8000 Meter unter dem Meer enteckt. Über die Lebensweise der Winzlinge weiß man bislang kaum etwas.

Much of the body of a brush-head is shielded by chitinous plates. The head has a mouth cone equipped with stylets and numerous scalids A Photographic Tour Of Earth's Most Bizarre And Beautiful Creatures

Rare Glowing Flower Hat Jellyfish

i didn't type this: Rare Glowing Flower Hat Jellyfish (Osaka Aquarium, Japan.) When it's not using its long, pink tipped tentacles, it will curl them upwards towards its pin-striped bell to sit and wait until some kind of prey comes along.

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Blue Jellyfish (Cyanea lamarckii) photographed in the Farne Islands, United Kingdom, North Sea by Steve Jones<< This is such a beautiful jellyfish!

Rhizostoma pulmo, also known as the Barrel jellyfish, or the Dustbin-lid jellyfish. It is the largest jellyfish found in British waters.

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