I get email alerts whenever anyone mentions jellyfish in a research article, and most of the time these alerts do not result in days of emotional confusion. But for almost two weeks I’ve been tiptoeing around this paper. Reading parts, feeling both angry and… Read More ›
Month: June 2013
In the last edition of jellies as living art the jellies were mostly in far out blooms. This week we’re getting up close and personal to see just how beautiful they really are.
This lovely and well researched video shows footage of the elusive mauve stinger jelly, which is rarely seen off the California coast. I was particularly excited to see this video because my PhD is on this jelly, and I am… Read More ›
What gives this comb jelly its iridescent rainbow stripes, and how do these rainbows help it move? To find out, check out this great video by Lee Stevens.