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Find out how jellyfish stings work!

Contributed by Kathy Guo

I have personally seen these little creatures at the California Science Center, they're amazing!

Contributed by Rodolfo Salgado

Jellyfish taken by Russian biologist Alexander Semenov

Did you know that jellyfish have been on Earth for millions of years.....even before dinosaurs!!!!

Contributed by Vanessa Lam

Aquarium Jellyfish

Taken at a Las Vegas aquarium. My favorite aquarium for jellyfish, however, is Monterey Bay Aquarium in CA which has a whole room of different types of jellies.

Contributed by Kathryn Vercillo

This is a Cassiopea, an Upside-Down Jellyfish. They are found in warmer coastal regions around the word. They can be any shade of white, blue, green or brown. They're really neat.

Contributed by Chris Michelle Miller

This is a topic without a lot of information about it, This is caused by disturbances from humans and is basically the over abundance of jellyfish causing harm to fisherman's catches lively-hoods.

Contributed by Tori Santana

When I think of jellyfish...

Contributed by Kelsey Gaffney

Jellyfish on the shore. I think this is so cool and pretty!

Contributed by Jazmin Luna

Jellyfish are made mostly of water, 95%! Only 5% is solid matter. They have no blood, hearts, or brains.

Contributed by Lizzie Briley

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