Where Are Jellyfish in the Food Chain?

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Since jellyfish are a type of plankton, they have a direct outcome on the food supply in the sea, and in most cases, they are the ones being eaten. They frequently make delicious treats for sea turtles, spadefish and sunfish. Crabs together with other large crustaceans also eat jellies.
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