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Transcript of jellyfish
The nematocysts, or stingers, are found in the tentacles, while the oral arms pass food to the mouth.
The bell is the round top of the jellyfish. Inside it is the stomach! When jellyfish feed, they paralyze their prey before sloooowly dragging it straight to their stomach. Kinds of Jellyfish Moon Jellyfish Moon jellyfish (aurelia aurita) are super common and can be found all over the world, excluding places like Kansas. They are scyphozoans, or 'true jellyfish'. Moon jellyfish eat plankton including
fish eggs and copepods. They are a bit on
the small side, ranging from 25-40 cm in
diameter. so purrty The lion's mane jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. These jellies live far up in the Artic and northern Pacific and Atlantic. The largest ever Lion's mane recorded had a bell diameter of 7 feet and tentacles 120 feet long. However, the jellyfish found further south are a lot tinier. Lion's mane jellyfish eat plankton, small fishies, and moon jellyfish. Where do they come from? How did they get there? Where are they? Some notable gelatinous blobs. Turritopsis nutricula the immortal jellyfish As evidenced by the title, Turritopsis nutricula is theoretically immortal. This jelly is not very big and started out in the Caribbean before spreading throughout the world. Turritopsis nutricula, after becoming a mature jelly, can revert its cells back to polyp stage, basically making it immortal. However, most Turritopsis are killed by outside sources before ever making use of their awesome god-powers and becoming kids again. (hopefully) Lion's Mane I hope you enjoyed this prezi! If not, well, many apologies for wasting ten minutes (or so) of your life. If you have questions, pleeeease raise your hand like a civilized person, because you are purrobably not a savage (OR ARE YOU). Yay for jellyfish! Done! an ephyra (pronounced eh-feeeee-ra) a medusa. these specimens are called sea nettles (-^.^-) more happy sea nettles, bobbing in the ocean without a care in the world. or a brain, for that matter. \'ˈje-lēe-ˌfish\ this is not a tuber neither is this