Topic: siphonophores

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A swarm of hungry moon jellies

This massive swarm of moon jellies (Aurelia aurita) swims in Alaskan waters where salmon eggs will make for an easy meal. Eggs that aren't eaten will grow into salmon and will make their way into larger bodies of wate...

Fish paralyzed by Man O’ War tentacles – Blue Planet II

The tentacles of the Portuguese Man o' war (Physalia physalis) are beautiful as they float down into the water... but fish and humans, beware: These tentacles are venomous. They can sting, and they catch and reel in f...

The Portuguese Man-of-War Up Close

This incredible video, and the corresponding photos featured at National Geographic, are by retired combat photographer Aaron Ansarov, who photographs the Portuguese man-of-war (and releases them unharmed) when they w...

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...

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...

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