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Jellyfish - Wikipedia
Jellyfish or jellies are softbodied, free-swimming aquatic animals with a gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell and trailing tentacles. The bell can pulsate to acquire ... More »

Jellyfish - National Geographic Kids

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Jellyfish have drifted along on ocean currents for millions of years, even before dinosaurs lived on the Earth. The jellylike creatures pulse along on ocean ...

Jellyfish Photos -- National Geographic

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See photos of jellyfish in this oceans photo gallery from National Geographic.

Fun Facts about Jellyfish | JellyWatch

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some jellyfish are bigger than a human and others are as small as a pinhead? ... people in some countries eat jellyfish? ... that jellyfish have been on Earth for ...

Jellyfish and Comb Jellies | Smithsonian Ocean Portal

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Jellyfish and comb jellies are gelatinous animals that drift through the ocean's water column around the world. They are both beautiful—the jellyfish with their ...

How Jellyfish Work | HowStuffWorks

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Although jellyfish have been around for over 650 million years, they're stil very mysterious. Learn the basics and the jellyfish life cycle.

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Jul 4, 2010 ... Filmed by Daniel Regner. Shot at the National Aquarium in Baltimore, MD. See " Jellies Invasion:Oceans Out of Balance" at the National ...

Jellyfish Art: Jellyfish Tanks & Live Pet Jellyfish For Sale

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We sell pet Jellyfish. And everything you need to enjoy them.

14 fascinating facts about jellyfish : TreeHugger

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Mar 13, 2014 ... Let's dive together into the world of creatures commonly known as jellyfish.

Jellyfish - Chesapeake Bay Program

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Jellyfish are floating animals with gelatinous, umbrella-shaped bells and stinging tentacles. Three species of jellyfish can be found in the Chesapeake Bay:.