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Wonders of the sea: Fascinating pictures from mesmerising collection of photos from the ocean's depths

Dangers of the deep: The giant pelagic jellyfish grows to twice the size of a fully grown man with a nasty sting in its tentacles


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from Mail Online

The monsters of the deep photographed by one intrepid diver

A Lion's Mane jellyfish wraps its tentacles around a Moon jellyfish, which it is devouring


Lion's Mane Jellyfish - Capable of attaining a bell diameter of 8.2 ft, these jellyfish can vary greatly in size. At 120 feet in length, the largest known specimen was longer than a blue whale and is considered one of the longest known animals in the world.


Swim with a Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic


Lions Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) the largest known species of jellyfish. The largest recorded specimen found, washed up on the shore of Massachusetts Bay in 1870, had a bell (body) with a diameter of 7 feet 6 inches (2.29 m) and tentacles 120 feet (37 m) long.

from National Geographic Society (blogs)

Gabon Expedition: Oil Rigs Are a Haven for Marine Life

We are diving off the coast of Gabon, under eerie oil platforms. Here there is amazing marine life, like the jellyfish in the photo, with dozens of silver little fish among its long tentacles. Dive...


Our Paper Plate Lion is not only cute, but really easy and fun to make! Using a range of scrap materials, preschoolers can explore and experiment with different textures to create a wacky and wild Lion's mane; adding a sensory element to the craft.

from Inspiration Hut

The British Wildlife Photography Awards Winners 2016

Photography Winners 2016 | BWPA (British Wildlife Photography Awards) : George Stoyle, "Hitchhikers (Lion's Mane Jellyfish)", St Kilda, off the Island of Hirta, Scotland

from Mail Online

Image of giant jellyfish wins the British Wildlife Photography Awards

George Stoyle captured the moment a school of fish took refuge in the tentacles…