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White Spotted Jellyfish
Transcript of White Spotted Jellyfish
White Spotted Jellyfish Phyllorhiza puncata "Plankton Pirate" Profile She is easily recognized by her large, semi-transparent, round bell-shaped head with regularly space white dots
Her trailing arms are frilly and also end in whitened spots
About 65 cm in size Last Seen The "Plankton Pirate" was last seen in the coastal regions of Australia. Suspected Hideouts Watchful citizens have reported sightings of the "Plankton Pirate" in the Gulf of Mexico, and the Caribbean. Here, she is safe from the PRSU (Pacific Region Snails Unit), who have been hunting her for decades. Crimes Committed The merciless white spotted jellyfish has committed several unforgivable acts of crime. She has terrorized the native Gulfers by stealing and eating excessive amounts of the microscopic zooplankton in the area. The natives are starving and the commercial fisheries are losing business, she needs to be stopped! Please!
If you have any information call: 1-504-PUNCATA For catching this criminal, you will ultimately help the citizens of the community, and also the local businesses. A FREE coupon to ANY fishery restaurant is yours for the taking! Intel on the "Plankton Pirate" gathered from: http://www.houstonzoo.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/11/Australian-White-spotted-Jellyfish.pdf
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