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Found in the island of Coron, Palawan, Philippines
hi guys! please bear with me because my shift key is broken. anyways, i've had this scar out of nowhere ever since i swam in the ocean this summer. it started out extremely dark, and it was if you took a piece of fettuccine or something and dragged it up my leg. it looked almost like a burn mark. the thing is, i never felt it happen and it was never painful, just a little itchy. it still a scar on my leg but it turned white. again, it was never painful and it was an anomaly to every dermatologist that i showed it to. could it have been a jellyfish sting?
I was messing around on Instagram and saw this picture, anyone know the species type?
Hi, I’m interested in preparing a tank to care for moon jellies, but I live in Canada and so all the popular companies that sell supplies/jellies do not ship here. What is the best Canadian company to buy from? Thanks!
it says in my textbook that jellyfish produce both eggcells and spermeggs as a form of sexual reproduction and that jellyfish are usually of different genders but doesn't that mean that they are autogamous, as they produce both egg and spermcells? I'm a little confused about this
Have you ever thought about what to eat in order to avoid jellyfish when you're swimming at the sea? It must be something they dislike.. for example when you eat garlic mosquitos don't like you.
Found in Bimini, Bahamas
It’s from Australia, anyone got any ideas?
Swam far out in the ocean on a dolphin tour and saw this jellyfish in the water. I can’t find any pictures that match what I saw so I attempted to draw it (very poorly). It was clear with a black rectangle inside and two bigger tentacles.
No pictures unfortunately but I was out in the gulf coast of Florida about halfway down the peninsula and saw a bunch of small jellyfish that looked EXACTLY like a translucent star fruit. Does anyone know what kind it could be?
Found swimming just off the beach in Destin, Florida. Horribly hard to photograph with it being almost transparent.
It was tinted pink, slightly larger than a golfball, and propelled itself by opening and closing the cilia covered ring on its bottom.
We keep googling different things but can't identify. Closest we could find was a moon jelly, but the shape isn't quite right and it lacks the four interior rings. We couldn't find comb jellies that matched either. Appreciate any insight into what we have found!