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  • Kay Richards

    Mediterranean or fried egg jelly fish

  • Russ Teed

    A Jehovah's Witness Visited Me Today: A sure fire way to get rid of them! Funny one minute read. "The woman handed me the “Awake” pamphlet and asked how I was. I said, “Well, I just got out. I’m feeling pretty good now, haven’t had me a woman in quite some time..." Cont...

  • Linda Op 't Eijnde

    Underwater world - Onder water wereld

  • Jess Hockings

    Soft boiled egg Jellyfish

  • Perspicacity Party

    'Fried Egg Jellyfish' by T. Friedrich. Commonly found in the Mediterranean, Aegean or Adriatic Seas and growing up to 35 cm in diameter.. #unusual animals #unusual-animals #weird animals #weird-animals #creatures #sea monsters #sea-monsters #perspicacityparty #naturalwonders

  • Terry Elliott

    colorful sea creatures | 25 Amazing Colorful UnderWater Sea Creatures. ~ blog for everyone

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