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Jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) being eaten by Anemone (Isotealia antarctica), Antarctica  -  Norbert Wu
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00977156 Jellyfish (Periphylla periphylla) being eaten by Anemone (Isotealia antarctica), Antarctica© Norbert Wu
Medusa (Desmonema glaciale) near the surface, bell can reach over one meter in diameter, Antarctica  -  Norbert Wu
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00977051 Medusa (Desmonema glaciale) near the surface, bell can reach over one meter in diameter, Antarctica© Norbert Wu
Crown Jellyfish (Netrostoma setouchianum), Papua New Guinea  -  Chris Newbert
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00972564 Crown Jellyfish (Netrostoma setouchianum), Papua New Guinea© Chris Newbert
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands  -  Chris Newbert
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00971940 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands© Chris Newbert
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands  -  Chris Newbert
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00971938 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands© Chris Newbert
Ctenophore (Beroe cucumis) showing typical symmetrical combs made of cilia, Weddell Sea, Antarctica  -  Ingo Arndt
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00762195 Ctenophore (Beroe cucumis) showing typical symmetrical combs made of cilia, Weddell Sea, Antarctica© Ingo Arndt
Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis), Monterey Bay, California
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00644179 Comb Jelly (Leucothea multicornis), Monterey Bay, California© Ralph Pace
Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) an extremely venomous box jelly, Northern Australia, Australia
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00642990 Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) an extremely venomous box jelly, Northern Australia, Australia© Gary Bell/ Oceanwide
Jellyfish (Cyanea rosella), Spencer Gulf, South Australia, Australia
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00597247 Jellyfish (Cyanea rosella), Spencer Gulf, South Australia, Australia© Gary Bell/ Oceanwide
Portuguese Man Of War (Physalia physalis) jellyfish, Coffs Harbor, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia
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00597244 Portuguese Man Of War (Physalia physalis) jellyfish, Coffs Harbor, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia© Gary Bell/ Oceanwide
Portuguese Man Of War (Physalia physalis) jellyfish, Coffs Harbor, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia
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00597243 Portuguese Man Of War (Physalia physalis) jellyfish, Coffs Harbor, Solitary Islands Marine Park, New South Wales, Australia© Gary Bell/ Oceanwide
Jellyfish (Spirocodon saltator), Japan
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00558312 Jellyfish (Spirocodon saltator), Japan© Hiroya Minakuchi
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua), Palau  -  Hiroya Minakuchi
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00438433 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua), Palau© Hiroya Minakuchi
Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) group swimming, Jellyfish Lake, Palau  -  Hiroya Minakuchi
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00438425 Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) group swimming, Jellyfish Lake, Palau© Hiroya Minakuchi
Lion's Mane (Cyanea capillata) jellyfish, Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia, Canada  -  Scott Leslie
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00301208 Lion's Mane (Cyanea capillata) jellyfish, Atlantic Ocean, Nova Scotia, Canada© Scott Leslie
Crystal Jellyfish (Aequorea aequorea), North Pacific Ocean  -  Hiroya Minakuchi
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00270129 Crystal Jellyfish (Aequorea aequorea), North Pacific Ocean© Hiroya Minakuchi
Mauve Stinger (Pelagia noctiluca), Edithburgh, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152104 Mauve Stinger (Pelagia noctiluca), Edithburgh, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Blue Jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) with a school of small fish using it as shelter from predators, Seal Rocks, New South Wales, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152103 Blue Jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) with a school of small fish using it as shelter from predators, Seal Rocks, New South Wales, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Blue Jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) with a school of small fish using it as shelter from predators, Seal Rocks, New South Wales, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152102 Blue Jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) with a school of small fish using it as shelter from predators, Seal Rocks, New South Wales, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) mass in the plankton-rich waters of Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Western Australia, Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152091 Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) mass in the plankton-rich waters of Ningaloo Reef, Exmouth, Western Australia, Australia© Fred Bavendam
Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) pair, Isles of Pines, Cuba  -  Fred Bavendam
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00152090 Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) pair, Isles of Pines, Cuba© Fred Bavendam
Bluebottle Jellyfish (Pseudorhiza haeckeli) floating, underwater, Edithburgh, South Australia  -  Fred Bavendam
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00150257 Bluebottle Jellyfish (Pseudorhiza haeckeli) floating, underwater, Edithburgh, South Australia© Fred Bavendam
Giant Pelagic Jellyfish (Pelagia panopyra) many animals are associated with this poisonous floating object, Monterey, California  -  Norbert Wu
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00135150 Giant Pelagic Jellyfish (Pelagia panopyra) many animals are associated with this poisonous floating object, Monterey, California© Norbert Wu
Ctenophore (Beroe cucumis) voracious, large mouth, Arctic  -  Norbert Wu
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00135093 Ctenophore (Beroe cucumis) voracious, large mouth, Arctic© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish (Diplulmaris antarctica) with several Amphipods (Hyperiella dilatata) bell can reach 18 centimeters, Medusa provides amphipods with protection and mating platform, Antarctica  -  Norbert Wu
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00135015 Jellyfish (Diplulmaris antarctica) with several Amphipods (Hyperiella dilatata) bell can reach 18 centimeters, Medusa provides amphipods with protection and mating platform, Antarctica© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish, Admiralty Inlet, Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada  -  Flip Nicklin
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00084813 Jellyfish, Admiralty Inlet, Lancaster Sound, Nunavut, Canada© Flip Nicklin
By-the-wind Sailor (Velella velella) jellyfish, on water surface  -  Flip Nicklin
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00084809 By-the-wind Sailor (Velella velella) jellyfish, on water surface© Flip Nicklin
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) bell and feeding tentacles, Indonesia  -  Hans Leijnse/ NiS
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70000099 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) bell and feeding tentacles, Indonesia© Hans Leijnse/ NiS
Barrel Jellyfish (Rhizostoma pulmo), Netherlands
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00583645 Barrel Jellyfish (Rhizostoma pulmo), Netherlands© Ron Offermans/ Buiten-beeld
Mediterranean Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza tuberculata) pair, Mediterranean Sea
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00592050 Mediterranean Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza tuberculata) pair, Mediterranean Sea© Paulo de Oliveira/ Biosphoto
Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) eating plastic bag resembling jellyfish, Tenerife, Canary Islands
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00566942 Green Sea Turtle (Chelonia mydas) eating plastic bag resembling jellyfish, Tenerife, Canary Islands© Sergi Garcia Fernandez/ Biosphoto
Jellyfish, Alaska  -  Bruno Guenard/ Biosphoto
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00550309 Jellyfish, Alaska© Bruno Guenard/ Biosphoto
Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) highly venomous jellyfish swimming ocean surface, Cleveland Bay, Queensland, Australia  -  Dr. David Wachenfeld/ Auscape
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00250187 Sea Wasp (Chironex fleckeri) highly venomous jellyfish swimming ocean surface, Cleveland Bay, Queensland, Australia© Dr. David Wachenfeld/ Auscape
Purple-striped Jellyfish (Chrysaora colorata) adult swimming off of Catalina Island, southern California, North America  -  Mark Spencer/ Auscape
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00250107 Purple-striped Jellyfish (Chrysaora colorata) adult swimming off of Catalina Island, southern California, North America© Mark Spencer/ Auscape
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) this species stings, relative to non-stinging species in lakes, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00977180 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) this species stings, relative to non-stinging species in lakes, Palau© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau  -  Norbert Wu
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00977174 Jellyfish (Mastigias sp) form huge schools that migrate to the sun, have lost their ability to sting, Jellyfish Lake, Palau© Norbert Wu
Jellyfish (Cephea cephea) common in the Indo-Pacific, shows juvenile Filefish (Monacanthidae) and Batfish (Platax sp) hiding within, Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar  -  Norbert Wu
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00977139 Jellyfish (Cephea cephea) common in the Indo-Pacific, shows juvenile Filefish (Monacanthidae) and Batfish (Platax sp) hiding within, Mergui Archipelago, Myanmar© Norbert Wu
Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana) with symbiotic Algae (Zooxanthellae) in body, Caribbean  -  Norbert Wu
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00977118 Upside-down Jellyfish (Cassiopea xamachana) with symbiotic Algae (Zooxanthellae) in body, Caribbean© Norbert Wu
Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) underwater, shown from below, Caribbean  -  Norbert Wu
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00977078 Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) underwater, shown from below, Caribbean© Norbert Wu
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands  -  Chris Newbert
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00971942 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands© Chris Newbert
Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands  -  Chris Newbert
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00971939 Papuan Jellyfish (Mastigias papua) 20 feet deep, Solomon Islands© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish exhibiting bioluminescence, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971409 Jellyfish exhibiting bioluminescence, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish, exhibiting bioluminescence, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971408 Jellyfish, exhibiting bioluminescence, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971403 Jellyfish, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Shrimp in larval stage, on unidentified Jellyfish, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971389 Shrimp in larval stage, on unidentified Jellyfish, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish, underwater portrait, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971387 Jellyfish, underwater portrait, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish (Cephea cephea), Kona, Hawaii  -  Chris Newbert
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00971133 Jellyfish (Cephea cephea), Kona, Hawaii© Chris Newbert
Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza sp) and young Jack (Carangidae) , which are immune to the Jellyfish's sting and often hide among the tentacles for protection, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia  -  Chris Newbert
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00971130 Jellyfish (Cotylorhiza sp) and young Jack (Carangidae) , which are immune to the Jellyfish's sting and often hide among the tentacles for protection, Truk Lagoon, Micronesia© Chris Newbert
Mauve Stinger (Pelagia noctiluca) jellyfish, native to the Mediterranean  -  Albert Lleal
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00780127 Mauve Stinger (Pelagia noctiluca) jellyfish, native to the Mediterranean© Albert Lleal
Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) twelve centimeters, Helgoland, Germany  -  Ingo Arndt
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00762439 Moon Jelly (Aurelia aurita) twelve centimeters, Helgoland, Germany© Ingo Arndt
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