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I think the one with the red arrow is easiest to see. It's laying on its side, with an egg-shaped body. The mouth is pointing to the left, with the one long tentacle stretching off in front of it,

I think the one with the red arrow is easiest to see. It’s laying on its side, with an egg-shaped body. The mouth is pointing to the left, with the one long tentacle stretching off in front of it,

RR Helm (31 Posts)

I am a PhD candidate studying jellyfish development and evolution at Brown University. I've participated in numerous research expeditions, studying jellies all over the world, from Africa to the abyss. I am currently studying the beautiful mauve stinger jellies, found in the Mediterranean, and the ghostly Atlantic stinging nettles found on the US east coast.





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