Does the abundance of jellyfish in the ocean pose a threat to us?
His first feature film, jellyfish Eyes, debuted last year and was set in a town near a threatening nuclear power plant.
jellyfish, of all strange things, are turning out to be the unexpected and unwanted consequences of human impacts on our oceans.
jellyfish blooms are the visible evidence that something is out of balance.
The mechanisms by which jellyfish can flip an ecosystem to their own—and keep it that way—are remarkable.
The jellyfish was then summoned to the King's presence, and was told by his Majesty what was required of him.
In fact, animals like jellyfish and worms are lungs all over.
By this I mean that it leaves a trace in the physical realm, like a jellyfish that leaves a glowing trail in its wake.
It is of interest to consider a common animal like the jellyfish Aurelia.
He was using the jellyfish as an example of a life form all but invisible.
jellyfish jel·ly·fish (jěl'ē-fĭsh')
n. pl jellyfish or jel·ly·fish·es
Any of numerous marine coelenterates of the class Scyphozoa, some poisonous species of which notably the Portuguese man-of-war, produce a toxin that can be injected into the skin by nematocysts on the tentacles, causing linear wheals.
Any of various similar or related coelenterates.