Ocean Sunfish Mola mola by Daniel Botelho, thewildmagazine: The Mola mola is the heaviest bony fish in the world weighing up to 1,000kg and can be as tall as it is long. It eats jellyfish. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ocean_sunfish #Ocean_Sunfish #Mola_mola
PURPLE-STRIPED JELLY is a species of jellyfish that exists primarily off the coast of California in Monterey Bay. The bell (body) of the jellyfish is up to 70 cm (27.6 inches or 2.3 feet) in diameter, typically with a radial pattern of stripes. The tentacles vary with the age of the individual, consisting typically of eight marginal long dark arms, and four central frilly oral arms. It is closely studied by scientists due to not much being known about their eating habits.
When threatened the Atolla Jellyfish respond by creating a moving circular wave of light around their outer edge which is referred to as a “burglar alarm” response. Scientists theorise that jellyfish use this response to attract large animals in to eat jellyfish predators. So basically, when the jellyfish is under attack, it starts lighting up so that other, bigger, scarier animals will be attracted to the scene and (hopefully) eat the thing attacking the Atolla Jelly.