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Jellyfish
Jellyfish, or Medusa (plural: medusae), a water-dwelling animal. It is not a fish but a cnidarian, a spineless, soft-bodied animal. The jellyfish is one of two basic body forms that the animal has during its life cycle; the other is called a polyp

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Jun 2, 2011 ... If you've ever seen a jellyfish in the ocean, you know they float on ocean currents. But jellyfish can also swim by a couple of different ...

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May 18, 2016 ... Jellyfish Movement - Subscribe to our channel https://www.youtube.com/c/ AllFiveOceans?sub_confirmation=1 Jellyfish moves with a simple jet ...

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Learn interesting facts about how jellyfish move. Find out more information about jellyfish swimming and improve your knowledge with DK Find Out.

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1 Jellyfish. They seem to just be there - bobbing in the water like beachgoers on colorful inflated rafts. Just floating. 2 But jellyfish actually do have a way of ...

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Jellyfish move by floating with the ocean's currents, jet propulsion or by using cilia. Jellyfish typically move deep in the water, though some move in shallow ...

www.wired.com/2015/11/jellyfish-suction-themselves-through-the-ocean

Nov 3, 2015 ... New fluid dynamics research shows that jellyfish and lampreys ... Like a flick of a fish's tail tends to waste energy, so too do propellers. But there ...

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Sep 1, 2003 ... There are two ways in which jellyfish move through the water. ... (Researchers do not know how turtles and other predators can eat poisonous ...

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While carried by currents, jellyfish continue to swim and pulsate their bells. But most jellyfish can only move up and down in the water column without making ...

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Although jellyfish are mainly water, they do have nerves, reproductive cells and ... Their travel is governed by the currents of the water, which move them along.