(this is a reboot of an old post that appeared on this site nearly two years ago, complete with new science and pictures!) Watching animals eat is like… Read more “The rainbow-covered jelly with a dark side”
Today marks the two year anniversary of JellyBiologist.com! To celebrate, I’ve pulled together some of the best jelly photos by underwater wildlife photographer Alexander Semenov. Enjoy!
For over a hundred years scientists have assumed that sponges (yep, the animal that inspired your kitchen sponge), are our most distant animal relative. And why not? They… Read more “Comb jellies, not sponges, may be your most distant animal relative”
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… Read more “Jellies as Living Art part 2”