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Flower Hat Jelly

This is a Flower Hat Jelly. They are found off the coast of Japan, but there have been sightings in Brazil and Argentina. Flower Hat Jellies eat fish and aquatic invertebrates. They catch them in their tentacles. This kills the … Continue reading

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Sea Lamprey

These are Sea Lampreys. They are also called Lake Lamprey, Spotted Lamprey, Eelsucker, Green Lamprey, or Shad Lamprey. Sea Lampreys are native to the Atlantic Ocean, the Mediterranean Sea, and the Black Sea. Although those are salt water, they enter … Continue reading

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Upside-down Jellies

Yesterday I went to the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago.  They have a special exhibit there called Jellies that has lots of jellyfish.  Most jellyfish can sting other animals.  Their bodies are mostly water. These are upside-down jellies, also called upside-down … Continue reading

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