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Amazing Jellies

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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 diverse family tree of jelly-like creatures in this beautiful HD video from the Aquarium’s Research Institute, or watch more about marine biology.

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