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Aurelia aurita (moon jellyfish) at Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan (Osaka, Japan) by Evelyn Grevelink on 500px

Aurelia aurita (moon jellyfish) at Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan (Osaka, Japan)

Mauve Stinger Jellyfish (pelagia noctiluca). a smallish jelly, 5-12 feet in diameter and very poisonous. Living at a depth of 100-200 feet in the Pacific Ocean, they eat small fish and moon jellyfish.

Mauve Stinger

sea life… surreal but real. This is a Mauve Stinger Jellyfish (pelagia noctiluca). feet in diameter and very poisonous. Living at a depth of feet in the Pacific Ocean.

Jellyfish On Blue - ©Sally Crossthwaite (via FineArtAmerica)

Jellyfish On Blue Canvas Print / Canvas Art by Sally Crossthwaite

Moon jellyfish babies

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“ Hundreds of moon jellyfish babies have been born at the Weymouth Sealife centre in Dorset. Aquarists say they have never seen so many jelly babies of all shapes, sizes and colours from many.

I really really really think daddy should have  this!!! About $450 for the tank, jellyfish and food but it is just so cool. I love jellyfish. Maybe it will go down in price & my income will go up. Fingers crossed. Maybe next christmas

Jellyfish Art in San Francisco to launch the Desktop Jellyfish Tank. Anyone can own pet jellyfish with the latest desktop aquarium gadget.

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Aurelia aurita (moon jellyfish) at Osaka Aquarium Kaiyukan (Osaka, Japan)

Photographer Yuzuru Masuda photographed this graceful moon jellyfish as he snorkelled in the Red Sea. The fascinating creatures do not sting, so he let them swim right up to him and even brush against his arm.

Pictures of the day: 14 May 2013

Photographer Yuzuru Masuda photographed this graceful moon jellyfish as he snorkelled in the Red Sea. The fascinating creatures do not sting, so he let them swim right up to him and even brush against his arm.Picture: Yuzuru Masuda/Solent News

David Doubilet, Moon Jellyfish

Diaphanous, Sometimes Deadly, Jellyfish Pictures From National Geographic's Archives

Moon jellyfish

Wallpapers Underwater world Jellyfish Animals - Photo : 134328

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