Jellyfish tank at Ripley's Aquarium. Nuff Said. Bird In The Judge (')>
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There is a new book available for people who want to keep jellyfish in aquariums. The instructions are here!
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Animal World: Our Co-Inhabitants - Episode 339,
From the Ocean Depths: The Jellyfish,
Air date: August 19, 2007 (AW - 20070819)
best ever glowing jellyfish you can ever see.
The best ever Glowing Jellyfishes what can you see.
my own jellyfish mood lamp in the rooom , soooo nice : )
Cassiopea is a genus of scyphozoan jellyfish very commonly found in shallow mangrove swamps, mudflats, and turtle grass flats in Florida and various other similar environments around the world, where it lives usually upside-down on the bottom. Where found, there may be numerous individuals with varying shades of white, blue, green and brown. They have a mild sting since they are primarily photosynthetic, but sensitive individuals may have a stronger reaction.
The Cassiopeia jellyfish (one common species is Cassiopeia andromeda) belongs to the Order Rhizostomeae and mostly lives in sandy areas and seagrass beds. The Cassiopea jellyfish is also called "Upside Down Jellyfish", because it lies on its back, so that the bell touches the ground.
Sea Nettles are a type of Jellyfish that can be found in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The ones in this video are Pacific Sea Nettles from the Georgia Aquarium. They have a bell shaped "head" and long stinging tentacles. These tenticles are covered in nematocysts which help them to capture plankton and small fish. These types of jellies will not kill a human with their sting unless someone is allergic. It will be moderately painful and cause a rash that should be treated immediately with vinegar.
These are some jellyfish shot at the Dallas World Aquarium
I think they look like U.F.O's or aliens from outer space, but here is a description
Since jellyfish are not actually fish, some people consider the term jellyfish a misnomer,
and American public aquariums have popularized use of the terms jellies or sea jellies instead.
In its broadest sense, the term jellyfish also generally refers to members of the phylum Ctenophora.
Although not closely related to cnidarian jellyfish, ctenophores are also free-swimming planktonic carnivores,
are generally transparent or translucent, and exist in shallow to deep portions of all the world's oceans.
The original Rotterdam zoo was lost in the bombing of Rotterdam in World War II, which destroyed most of the city centre.
Some streetnames, such as Diergaardesingel (Zoolane), still recall the old zoo. Blijdorp was rebuilt slightly to the north,
where it opened to the public in its current location on December 7, 1940.
The new zoo was designed by Dutch architect Sybold van Ravesteyn, who designed the central railway station in Rotterdam, as well. In 2001, 'Blijdorp' became almost twice as large when it opened a new western part, called Oceanium, with its main attraction an aquarium. In April 2004,
the whole zoo was declared a national monument.
This is an experimental HD video showcasing some of the jellyfish at the Georgia Aquarium at Pemberton Place in Atlanta. The video was shot using a discontinued, low cost $179 Full HD flash video camera and edited using the included free software. No other tools, software, or hardware were used. An attempt to show what can be accomplished in a relatively short amount of time using low cost to free video solutions.
The Georgia Aquarium, located in Atlanta, Georgia at Pemberton Place, is billed as the "world's largest aquarium" with more than 8.1 million US gallons (31,000 m³) of marine and fresh water housing more than 100,000 animals of 500 different species. The aquarium's notable specimens include four young whale sharks, three beluga whales and two manta rays.
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Jellyfish at the Vancouver aquarium