Cnidaria, Marrus Orthocanna, lives in Arctic and other cold, deep waters

Related to the jellyfish and corals, Siphonophore is a continuous chain of specialized polyps - individual animals that grow from one another in an organized colony. Some in the colony are devoted to feeding, armed with stinging cells to snag fish or in

What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is 90% of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly. Jelly fish have certain things which they have in common with other animals.

What Do Jellyfish Eat? and All You need to Know about Type of Jellyfish Diet

Inspired by these adorable blue moon jellyfish…🌚 Photo by Don Johnson 🌸

Ctenophora - "Also known as “comb jellies,” ctenophora emit a blue or green light that can only be seen in the dark. They also secrete ink that luminesces most brightly in the smaller bodies of young comb jellies. A rainbow effect is created when light scatters through the distinctive comb-like tentacles of the ctenophore."

amazing comb-jelly (ctenophora) God created so many beautiful and fascinating creatures

Porpita porpita, commonly known as the blue button, is a marine organism consisting of a colony of hydroids found in tropical waters from California to the tropical Pacific, the Atlantic and Indian oceans It is often mistaken for a jellyfish, but although jellyfish and the blue buttons are part of the same phylum (Cnidaria), the blue button is part of the class Hydrozoa.

NOAA, Ocean Explorer Porpita porpita has a small disc like body and floats freely in the water column. Related to the jellyfish, this species measures just one inch in diameter. Image courtesy of Islands in the Stream 2002 Exploration, NOAA-OE.

Cyanea capillata (the lion's mane jellyfish) - the largest known species of jellyfish. < I know that these can weight as much as a washing machine!

Jellyfish are strange animals, beautiful and fascinating! Russian photographer Alexander Semenov, specialized in underwater photography offers us a selection of

PHOTOS: Microscopic Life Drawings Still Dazzle 100 Years Later

PHOTOS: Microscopic Life Drawings Still Dazzle 100 Years Later

Discomedusae from Kunstformen der Natur (Art Forms in Nature) a book of lithographic and halftone prints by German biologist Ernst Haeckel.

Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Cnidaria Radial symmetry.A jellyfish has no bones. They have tentacles that they use to sting people with.The top of the jellyfish is referred to as the bell, the mouth of a jellyfish is located on the underside of the bell and

10 Fascinating Facts About Jellyfish

Jellyfish Infographic

Jellyfish is free-swimming marine animal consisting of a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles. Jellyfish are brainless, bloodless, boneless and heartless.

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