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  • 1. OCEAN ANIMALSJELLYFISHBy: PAU SOL IÑAKI
  • 2. What are they like?• Jellyfish are invertebrates.• Jellyfish are also called:aguamalas, malaguas, aguavivas and tear ofsea.• There are more than 5000 different jellyfish.
  • 3. Physical description• Theyve got no brain and only some have goteyes.• They’ve got gelatinous umbrella-shaped bell.• They’ve got a little mouth.• They’ve got thin tentacles.• They’ve got some oral arms.• They’ve got stomach bag.
  • 4. Where do they live?• The jellyfish live in all the seas and oceans ofthe world. From the surface to the deep sea.• The move basically washed down by themarine currents.• They appeared about 500 million years ago.
  • 5. • Jellyfish eat all types of little sea plants.• They also eat fish eggs, larvae and differenttypes of marine animals.• Some jellyfish even eat other jellyfish.
  • 6. What can they do?• They can sting you.• They can’t swim by themselves. But the bellcan pulsate for movement.• They can capture preys with their tentacles.
  • 7. IMAGES
  • 8. VIDEO• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aJUuotjE3u8• http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gFLJSITYf-8
  • 9. Interesting websites inEnglish• http://www.sciencekids.co.nz/sciencefacts/animals/jellyfish.html• http://www.jellywatch.org/blooms/facts• http://www.slideboom.com/presentations/168043/La-medusa