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Flame Jellyfish <-- gasp. I want a salt water fish tank just so i can have Jelly Fish in it! #Dream

Blue Azul Blau by Bryan de Leon, via Flickr repinned by www.smgdesign.de

Rhizostoma pulmo, also known as the barrell jellyfish. (Photo credit: Rai Fernandez)

Pelagia noctiluca, (Águilas, Spain) by Alfonso Gonzalez: In Latin, Pelagia means "of the sea", nocti stands for night and luca means light and As its name implies P. noctiluca has the ability to bioluminesce. Light is given off in the form of flashes when the medusa is stimulated by turbulence created by a ship’s motion or by waves. This flashing is only of relatively short duration and gradually fades. en.wikipedia.org/... #Jellyfish

“I never forgot what he said... That it was the most deadly creature on earth. To me it was just the most beautiful thing I'd ever seen.”

Read this article about how the ph changes in the ocean is favoring an increase of Jellyfish communes in the ocean. We actively can help by choosing sustainable fishes like albacore instead of tuna. And by keeping up with the world around us.

Jellyfish are without brains, central nervous system, circulatory system, digestive system or eyes (though some do have light sensitive cells) and have been around for 500 million years.

Bell Jellyfish at the Birch Aquarium in La Jolla, California by Peter Csanadi

Mauve Stinger Jellyfish (pelagia noctiluca). a smallish jelly, 5-12 feet in diameter and very poisonous. Living at a depth of 100-200 feet in the Pacific Ocean, they eat small fish and moon jellyfish.