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      Alexander Semenov #jellyfish

    • Isis Póvoa

      Cyanea capillataBy Alexander Semenov @Donna Anderson This colorful jelly has a very toxic sting, but reports of human fatalities are few. It's considered a giant jelly—its bell can reach about eight feet (2.4 m) in diameter and its tentacles can grow to more than 100 feet (30.5 m) long. That’s longer than a 90-foot (27.4 m) blue whale (the largest mammal on Earth)

    • Rea Cris

      Cyane capillata. The species can grow up to 2 meters in diameter and the tentacles can grow to 35 meters long. Marine biologist and photographer Alexander Semenov http://clione.ru/gallery/underwater

    • Sarah Machicado

      Sea Creatures reference something alien like, some colors too

    • Lauren Pond Sanders

      Explore Alexander Semenov's photos on Flickr. Alexander Semenov has uploaded 1647 photos to Flickr.

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