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ScienceTake: A Surprising Appetite for Dead Jellyfish

Marine scientists previously suspected that dead jellyfish were not a preferred choice of food for ocean floor scavengers, but a recently-recorded test using Helmet and Lion’s Mane jellyfish has prompted a rethinking ...

Lost in Jellyfish Lake

We love videos from Eil Malk island's Jellyfish Lake in Palau. This GoPro commercial takes us underwater to swim with photographer Nana Trongratanawong and the multitudes of golden jellyfish that live in this unique w...

Hawksbill turtle snacks on a jellyfish

Swim in a reef off the coast of Thailand’s Ko Phi Phi Ley where critically endangered Hawksbill turtles have a stronger population than in most places. Earth Touch cameraman Stewart Whi...

An underwater photographer swims in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake

Underwater photographer Sarosh Jacob swims in Palau’s Jellyfish Lake. Next, watch Great Migrations: Jellyfish Lake.

The Blue Button Jellyfish (porpita porpita), not actually a jelly

This Blue Button Jellyfish, or porpita porpita, at Enoshima Aquarium is not actually a jellyfish. It’s a hydroid made up of individual zooids that float together at the water’s surface and each function di...

KQED Quest: Amazing Jellies

From KQED Quest, the challenges and new research being explored by marine biologists that breed, collect and care for jellyfish and siphonophores at the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California. Learn more about the dive...

BBC’s Nature’s Microworlds: a preview of The Deep Sea

A preview from The Deep Sea, ep11 of the BBC’s Nature’s Microworlds:  Steve Backshall takes us to a place few have ever visited - the deep sea. 99 per cent of the space on Earth inhabited by life is un...

Festo HQ’s robot animals: penguins, jellyfish, and more

Have you seen the robot AquaPenguin, from the Festo HQ team's Bionic Learning Network in Germany? It comes complete with glowing robot eyes! Other great videos to check out from Festo: AquaRay, AirRay, AirPenguin, ...

TED Ed: How Life Begins in the Deep Ocean

From the team that brought us The Secret Life of Plankton and The Plankton Chronicles comes this wonderful TEDEd video from their amazing microscopic footage, re-created to explain How Life Begins in the Deep Ocean: ...

Deepstaria Enigmatica, a mysterious deep-sea jellyfish

Don’t adjust your sound as this video has none, but wow, does it have a picture! This is a deepstaria enigmatica, a deep-sea jellyfish that was caught by a remotely operated underwater ...

Para Films’ The Plankton Chronicles

After watching The Secret Life of Plankton, oh how happy we were(!) to find Para Films'  The Plankton Chronicles. There are so many beautiful videos shot in microscopic detail that we haven’t watched ...

There’s no such thing as a jellyfish

From the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute (MBARI):  By all accounts, jellyfish are creatures that kill people, eat microbes, grow to tens of meters, filter phytoplankton, take over ec...

Great Migrations: Jellyfish Lake

In HD, underwater footage of the famous Jellyfish Lake in Palau. From wikipedia:  Jellyfish Lake is connected to the ocean through fissures and tunnels in the limestone of ancient Miocene reef. However the la...