Jamie and his research team work on the "Moon Lab" in San Salvador, Bahamas. See other phenomena from the Bahamas.
II. Life cycles
a. young jellyfish(ephyra)
a. Vertical movement, muscles allow the jellyfish to contract its bell, this rhythm allows it move.
b. Horizontal movement depends on ocean current tides and wind.
a. carnivorous, feeding on zooplankton
b. Preys, spadefish, sunfish, ECT.
c. Venom apparatus for defense and feeding
V Types of jellyfish
a. mushroom jellyfish
b. Moon Jelly
c. Cannonball jelly etcÉ
a. prevention and treatment of a sting
b. why jellyfish are important to marine life
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