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Transcript of Jellyfish

Overpopulation of Jellyfish
Food Chain
The food chain shows the transfer of energy from one organism to another.
Carbon Cycle
The carbon cycle shows the transfer of carbon through producers, consumers, and decomposers.
Nitrogen Cycle
This shows the transfer of nitrogen from the atmosphere to plants, and to the atmosphere and back or directly into plants.
Water Cycle
The water cycle is the process of evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
The jellyfish eat flagellates which contain carbon, and when they die, the carbon is passed to another organism.
The jellyfish would fit in where the Herring fish is, except it has different predators like tuna, sharks, swordfish, and sea turtles.
It keeps the oceans from having too much or not enough water in the ocean.
Jellyfish eat animals that contain nitrogen, and when they die the nitrogen is released to the water.
Jellyfish Niche
The jellyfish live in the ocean and eat flagellates. To prevent physical fighting, it stings other organisms. Tuna, sharks, swordfish, and sea turtles eat jellyfish.
The water cycle shows the transfer of water through evaporation, condensation, and precipitation.
The jellyfish live in the ocean that is constantly losing and gaining water because of the water cycle.
By: Sheridan and Oscar
A niche is the role of an organism in a habitat. If too many organisms have the same niche then there is competition for resources. Animals will end up dying or adapting to a lack of resources. It's important to understand a species' niche because then you can help them if they get extinct or overpopulated.
Jellyfish Background
Jellyfish have been around for at least 500 million years. All jellyfish are Cnidaria, an animal phylum that has jellyfish, sea anemones and corals, and more. Some abiotic factors in their environment are water, air and sand. Some biotic factors are jellyfish, fish, squids, shrimp, flagellates, and whales.
Our Campaign
Jellyfish are becoming overpopulated. We want to find a safe and effective way to prevent any further overpopulation. We want people to be aware of this and help with our fight. We don't want to harm the jellyfish.
Our goal is to prevent jellyfish from more overpopulation. We want to raise awareness for this issue. We want jellyfish to go back to a healthy population and prevent competition with other species. Will you help us?
Save the Squishies
Scientists use transition fossils to show the proof of evolution. Transition fossils are the fossils with traits of two animals. Jellyfish don't have bones, so how would you have proof of jellyfish evolution? Well, in Australia a flood caused water and mud to cover up jellyfish and preserve them.
Population Stability
The jellyfish population is increasing. They are overpopulated, and they are taking over certain fish. Flagellates are floating to the surface, giving jellyfish plenty of food. The oceans are also getting warmer, distributing the jellyfish all over.
Conservation of Jellyfish
Here are some of the cycles that Jellyfish are involved in:
Oceana is the largest international organization focused only on ocean conservation. They focus on campaigns like preventing turtle death from scallop fisheries and petitioning retailers to stop selling certain marine animal products.
Save the Squishies
By: Sheridan and Oscar
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