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Unique facts about jellyfish

- WATCH VIDEO: Learn some unique facts about jellyfish.


Jellyfish can be found in every ocean and sea from the surface to the deep ocean floor. 

They are found in both tropical and cold water environments but they are most common around the equator.

Jellyfish are made up of at least 95 water meaning they need little food to survive. 

Jellyfish don't have a skeleton so they can move freely through any obstacles in their environment. 

They also don't have a central brain but instead rely on their tentacles for movement and sensing prey
the tentacles have cells called pneumaticists that contain venom or sticky threads known as kinetocytes.

The pneumaticists can catch prey and defend against predators by injecting them with Venom or immobilizing them with sticky threads. 

There are over 2 000 species of jellyfish in the world.

They come in a variety of shapes and sizes.

Some jellyfish can grow up to 15 feet long, while others are closer to the size of a thumbnail.

Smallest jellyfish can be found in the intertidal zones or estuaries where salinity may fluctuate throughout the day from fresh water to salt water.

The lifespan of a jellyfish is typically three months to two years.

The body can be composed of one or more layers depending on the species.

Some species of jellyfish can even produce electricity from their bodies that are strong enough to shock humans.

Jellyfish have a similar consistency as gelatin with an opaque white color due to their high content of proteins fats and carbohydrates therefore some people in Asian countries often eat them in certain dishes.

Jellyfish are not just animals that look like jelly they have an essential role in the ecosystem. 

They are a keystone species providing a vital function for the whole food web. 

Jellyfish provide habitat nutrients and food to many other species. 

Therefore, understanding jellyfish is essential for the conservation efforts of other marine life.

We hope this information has helped you appreciate the jellyfish.

A black heron hunting in the cover of darkness

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