Joe Pender Wildlife Photography

Monday, 23 July 2012

Comb Jelly Fish

Comb Jelly fish have a lobed body that is oval-shaped and transparent, with four rows of ciliated combs that run along the body vertically and glow blue-green when disturbed. They have several feeding tentacles. Their body contains 97% water. They are small animals, having a maximum body length of roughly 7–12 centimetres (3–5 in) and a diameter of 2.5 centimetres (1 in).
Northern Gannet

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