There’s nothing quite like sitting in from of a tank full of jellies, watching their peaceful rhythmic movements as the time slips quietly by. For most of us, such encounters are few and far between, but thanks to explore.org, it’s now possible… Read More ›
Month: March 2013
Some days your the star player: And some days your the ball: Happy hump day from JellyBiologist!
The giant red jelly Tiburonia granrojo lives in the “midwater”– a huge black space that stretches from the edge of the warm sunlit surface, to the cold abyssal floor. George Matsumoto of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute explains the anatomy of the jelly, and… Read More ›