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Uploaded: 08/07/22 7:37 AM GMT
Jellyfish II
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One more of these amazing creatures:)

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::corngrowth
08/07/22 10:28 AM GMT
Bruce, I can't tell from your wonderful photograph how big this jellyfish is. Their size can range from 6.5 feet to a millimeter in bell height. Regardless of their size, one should try to avoid coming into contact with their tentacles. Severe itching and burn-like injuries or even worse may result.
You don't have to worry about that behind glass. Then only admiration is in order, Buddy.
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.LynEve
08/08/22 12:16 AM GMT
They certainly have a unique beauty captured perfectly here.
However, having had a sting long ago I would be steering clear :)
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::tigger3
08/08/22 2:47 PM GMT
Such good detail, and looks great against the background. A friend of mine got stung by one a long time ago, and dealt with the after effects for a long time. tigs=^..^=
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::Flmngseabass
08/09/22 6:11 AM GMT
Hey Mr.C. The JF is about 20" long and the body is about 8" in diameter:)
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::Nikoneer
08/21/22 6:59 AM GMT
A nice shot, Bruce. I do believe this is an Orange Moon jelly, a common species, of varying colors. They prefer a warm environment and often live near coastlines in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian oceans. Moon jellies can live in saltwater or brackish (mixed salt- and freshwater) environments, and waters between 45- and 70-degrees F. offer them the best chance of survival. While visiting my granddaughters in Mississippi we always find time to spend a day at the Gulf Coast beach, where we often find dead moons stranded by a retreating tide. Even in death they are fascinating.
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