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Jellyfish Products


Now I know Jellyfish don’t make anything, but I hope that after reading all this that I will have intrigued you enough to buy your very jellyfish tank.

What I think.

The Desktop Jellyfish Tank makes it easier than ever to view jellyfish WITHOUT hurting them. With changing colored led lights it calms the jellyfish in more ways than one. With the holiday season coming up this would make a great gift for a jellyfish lover like yourself. 8.5


How Big Is It?

It’s 381mm in diameter so  it can fit on your desktop 10

Should you buy this?

Most defiantly. 10

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Here’s some peaceful photo of jellyfish and the links of where I got them from. 🙂,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794,d.cGE&psig=AFQjCNGLURSqwIVHkFW5l-KM4nOoMQW2IA&ust=1385072871071794

Mm M Monster

Here’s a couple videos of the monster.

Now here’s the facts.

Marine biologists say the spooky “Cascade Creature” seen drifting through the deep sea in a viral video isn’t a whale placenta, a parachute, a plastic bag or an alien visitor: It’s a type of jellyfish known as a Deepstaria enigmatica.
The video, which was apparently captured by a remotely operated vehicle near an underwater drilling site, caused a bit of a stir over the past couple of weeks among weird-science fans. Now it looks as if the truth is out there, thanks to assessments from experts such as Steven Haddock at the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute and Craig McClain at the National Evolutionary Synthesis Center.
“This bag-like jelly is not that rare, but is large, so rarely seen intact,” Haddock and his colleagues write on the JellyWatch Facebook page. “In the video, the swirling from the sub makes the medusa appear to undulate, and it even turns inside-out.” They provide a helpful picture of a more typical specimen.
McClain is even more helpful in his posting at Deep Sea News. He provides citations on previous sightings of the beast, including explanations for the jellyfish’s weirdly collapsed shape. And he shows through photographs and drawings that the strange appendage and whitish lumps seen in the video are D. enigmatica’s gonads. TMI, Craig … TMI.
For a third opinion, look no further than Australia’s Nine News, which quotes Daniel Bucher, a marine biologist at Southern Cross University, as saying that the gonads were the giveaway.
Now that we’ve settled that, bring on the next sea monster.

Rare New Black Jellyfish

Rare Black Jellyfish Show Up in Southern California, Sting Swimmers
Swimmers in southern California get stung by black jellyfish

Last week, people enjoying a quiet day at the beach in Southern California had their fun spoiled by several black jellyfish that showed up in the waters near the Thousand Steps Beach.
Eyewitnesses told the press that many swimmers were forced to get out of the water after being stung by these rare marine creatures.
They also said that the jellyfish were dark in
color, and that they had very long tentacles, The Inquisitr reports. Apparently, one witness chanced to catch a glimpse of a jellyfish the size of a hula-hoop.
Wildlife researchers explain that black stinging jellyfish are typically found in the waters off the coast of Mexico and Baja California.
They have seldom been documented in Southern California, and appear to have only recently taken a liking to these regions.
Adult specimens sport very long tentacles, some of which can measure up to 30 feet (over 9 meters) in length. Despite being called black jellyfish, they usually have a reddish color.
These jellyfish deliver a very painful sting, but it rarely happens that the people stung by them develop complications.

Jellyfish facts.

Weird But True: Jellyfish Facts

Ever wondered how Jellyfish reproduce? Or how many anuses a sea wasp has? Well, probably not, but you can find out here anyway.


  • The Box jellyfish has 64 anuses.
  • The Box jellyfish also has 24 eyes, but despite this, it can only see in a blurry fashion.
  • Jellyfish do not have a brain, respiratory system, circulatory system, or indeed an excretory system. Because of this, the jellyfish’s ‘mouth’ is also used for waste expulsion.


  • Jellyfish NEVER stop growing.
  • Jellyfish are 95% water, and some types, nearly 98%.
  • Jellyfish are not actually classified as ‘fish’, some people prefer to refer to them as ‘sea jellies’. They do not have gills (or lungs)
  • To “swim”, jellyfish shoot jets of water that propel them forwards. However, most jellyfishes movements are limited to up and down, they are carried along by the tide.
  • Jellyfish are actually older than dinosaurs (well, as a species, not individually)
  • To breathe, Jellyfish absorb oxygen through their membrane-like skin.
  • Jellyfish are EVIL (not strictly true, but they look it)


  • Though jellyfish are most commonly as large as a big plate, one type of jellyfish in the Arctic sea can be up to 7 ft in diameter, and the tentacles can also be up to 120 feet long!
  • The biggest jellyfish can be up to 2 and a half meters wide, and it’s tentacles can be half as long as a standard football pitch.
  • One of the biggest jellyfish is called the lion’s mane.


Yup, it’s what you sick people out there have been wanting… probably…

  • During different parts of its life, the jelly fish is able to reproduce sexually AND asexually:
  • Jellyfish can be either Male, or Female, and each sex develops their sperm or eggs in a special pouch on the inside of the jellyfish.
  • They then (technically) throw up the sperm/eggs, as it passes through the stomach, and then the mouth.
  • Some of the eggs stick to the mouth of the female jellyfish, and these are the ones that are fertilized.
  • The embryo develops into, not a baby jellyfish, but a planula, and from there it begins a long journey, being carried by ocean currents. It eventually evolves into a polyp, which can then create more polyp via a process called budding. Eventually, grooves appear on the polyp, and it breaks open, revealing lots of disc-like saucers, which are in fact, baby jellyfish. So one egg fertilized makes a lot more than one baby jellyfish!


  • There is a type of jellyfish that lies upside-down on the seabed near coastlines (probably just waiting for a wader or some toddler to come and step on them…) that is plant-like in the way that it collects energy from the sun’s light.
  • The Box Jellyfish, also named the ‘SEA WASP’ is the most poisonous jellyfish, and it’s sting can kill in 3 minutes… and it can move at almost 2 meters per second. If stung, the odds of getting back to the shore, or even SURVIVING are almost 0.
  • Jellyfish kill more people than sharks (and for that matter, being hit on the head with a falling coconut)
  • The jellyfish population can be decreased by particularly rainy season, because they prefer salt water.
  • The amount of venom in a Box Jellyfish could kill 60 people.

Attack of the Jellies

Amazing Jellyfish Crop Circle UK 2009

UK 2009

A 600ft Jellyfish Crop Circle formation appeared in a barley field at Wayland’s Smithy near Kingstone Coombes, Oxfordshire on the 29th of May, 2009. It is one of the most intriguing crop circles we’ve ever seen … Karen Alexander, a crop circle expert, says, “We have seen butterfly and bird patterns in the past, but this is the first jellyfish crop circle in the world.” Animal Totem
Jellyfish (Light and Power). Symbolic Meaning : inner strength, vulnerability, transparency, truth. The transparency of the jellyfish teaches of the inner source within each of us. We have an enormous amount of power within us to draw upon. We can turn on the light even in the depths of darkness through the wisdom of the jellyfish. It often shows up just when you believe there is no hope left.
The jellyfish sting symbolizes that even the most vulnerable has the ability to shield and protect itself from outside influences. The jellyfish is an electrifying totem. It offers a spark to energize and illuminate. Powerful !

The human Being is comprised of a number of energy centres or chakra points. 1-7 are located within and associated with the physical body, the 7th or crown chakra just above the head. The alignment and activation of these centres opens the being to multi-dimensionality through the crown and to the chakra centres outside the incarnate ‘self’. There are believed to be 5 outside the body that are accessible to the human Being, reaching out progressively and connecting us to atmospheric, lunar, solar, galactic and universal consciousness.
The tentacles are non-symmetrical and seem to depict an organic, moving layer or sheath around the jellyfish. Their purpose is protection. Once activated the 12-point chakra system, through the crown ‘doorway’, will open human Beings to multi-dimensionality and envelop the physical body in an ethereal, protective shell. The tentacles also seem to suggest our awareness or consciousness flowing freely into the unified field. We are on a wondrous journey of self-discovery as we awaken to our essence and full potential.
~ Sol Ar
Due to the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on July 7th 2009 a Solar Storm may impact Earth’s magnetosphere which creates a ‘Jellyfish’ like effect in the earth’s magnetic field …