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  • Kat Hahn

    weandthecolor: Stunning underwater photography Jellyfish by Alexander Semenov.

  • Brad Pyne

    Love jelly fish, don't know why, but sea creatures are amazing

  • Sue Harbin

    Ocean life. Jellyfish are amazing creatures. I could watch them for hours.

  • Sally Knight

    Jelly Fish are so beautiful as the float in the ocean. Not so much when washed up on the shore. : ) Photographs of Jellyfish by Alexander Semenov

  • Ashley Jansen

    #colorful #jellyfish #ocean #animals #seacreatures #beautiful #amazing

  • Second Chances Jewelry

    Jelly fish. Amazingly beautiful creatures of our planet.

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