(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”
Over the past few months, odd floating jellies have been washing up on Pacific US beaches by the thousands. With clear plastic-like sails, and bright blue flesh, these harmless jellies… Read more “Thousands of bright blue animals are washing ashore–what are they?”
A soothing video showing off the more peaceful side of the Portuguese Man-of-War (best in full screen 1080p HD). H/T DeepSeaNews
Check out this super slow motion jellyfish sting with Smarter Every Day, featuring jelly expert Dr. Jamie Seymour. And if you still haven’t had enough fire power, this is… Read more “Like hypodermic needles built into every tentacle”
Best viewed in full-screen HD with headphones. Click here for a full list of species that appear in the video.
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!
So, the flower hat jellyfish pretty much looks like someone painted it while tripping on acid. It doesn’t just have tentacles on the edges, no way man,… Read more “Outta-sight jelly babies discovered under black light”
Like something right out of a Hollywood sci-fi: It’s a spherical jellyfish tank with water flowing around the sides. Well done Enoshima Aquarium. Well damn done. H/T… Read more “Combining jellyfish with futuristic architecture”
This neighborhood just got a lot more interesting! Talk about a great way to lift up an otherwise derelict part of town. Artists Walter Hugo & Zoniel… Read more “Artist creates beautiful jellyfish display in rundown building”
I live for moments like this. Things like this make the long nights editing grant proposals, the paper rejections, the failed experiments all worth it. To me,… Read more “Amazing purple jelly sighting in the deep sea”