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 water. Man-o'-wars f...
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
Most jellyfish do not have specialized digestive, osmoregulatory, central ... out
beyond this, which these jellyfish use to move across the surface of seaweed or ...
Jun 2, 2011 ... Jellyfish float on ocean currents, but they also swim in a couple of different ways.
This post has two videos showing how jellyfish swim.
<sup>1</sup> Jellyfish. They seem to just be there - bobbing in the water like beachgoers on
colorful inflated rafts. Just floating. <sup>2</sup> But jellyfish actually do have a way of ...
While carried by currents, jellyfish continue to swim and pulsate their bells. ...
Most prey are unable to detect even large nearby jellyfish, and so do not flee
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 ...
Jellyfish swim by opening and closing a part of their body called the bell, which is
the transparent, sack like part of their body that the tentacles hang from.
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Oct 19, 2006 ... These are some jellyfish at the ATL aquarium. ... jellyfish moving slow.
bonebearsuit .... How does a jellyfish sting? - Neosha S Kashef ...
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Nov 8, 2006 ... Video of Jellyfish at the Monterey bay Aquarium. ... A swim through Jellyfish Lake,
Palau. - Duration: 2:08. ... How does a jellyfish sting?