A great graphic put together by Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.
A beautiful jelly was just sighted by the Ocean Explorer as they cruise the deep sea near American Samoa live at oceanexplorer.noaa.gov. According to Dr. Allen Collins–a zoologist at NOAA and the Smithsonian–this little jelly is a rhopalonematid trachymedusa. I’ve been lucky enough to see a few… Read More ›
Pretty amazing turtle footage, pretty rough for the jellies….
So on June 7th I was all, ‘Facebook, what’s happening today?’ and as I’m scrolling through my feed I see this picture–posted by a scuba diver from a small group of islands in the middle of the Atlantic Ocean called… Read More ›
Reblog: How time-poor scientists inadvertently made it seem like the world was overrun with jellyfish
A very interesting article on how jellyfish might not be taking over the world, even if the idea did. When is a jellyfish plague not (necessarily) a jellyfish plague? When time-poor scientists selectively cite the literature to make it look… Read More ›