Jellyfish room


Jellyfish room
Alissa Coe & Carly Waito, 2007

Via Ullabenulla.

(Regarding categories: of course cnidarians aren’t cephalopods, but jellies are part of the deep sea ambiance. . . and just imagine what a school of porcelain squid from this duo would look like!).

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2 Responses to Jellyfish room

  1. M says:

    This reminds me of the amazing video of Jellyfish Lake. It has an insanely high concentration of jellyfish who came in through a tunnel from the ocean in Palau that is now closed off. They’re now trapped there, supposedly live off of photosynthesis and have stinging cells that are so small that humans can’t detect them. The video is just nuts. So many Jellyfish.

  2. cicada says:

    That really is surreal! Thanks for sharing. I have goosebumps just imagining swimming in that jellyfish soup. . . even if they don’t sting, it would be really . . . gelatinous.

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