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    • Hailey Stone period 2
    • Links Scientific Name Range Scientific Name Range Diet Physical Description Breeding Info Special Behavior or Unique Anatomy Weird Info Video or Sound Conclusion
    • Scientific Name Chrysaora fuscescens
    • Range Pacific sea nettles live in all areas of the Pacific Ocean and Indian Ocean.
    • Diet Zooplankton Smaller fish Sometimes other jellyfish Crustaceans, like shrimp
    • Physical Description Usually 6-8 inches in diameter. There tentacles can be several feet. Weigh anywhere from a few milligrams to more than 200 kilograms (440 pounds). They live for about 2 to 3 years. The sea nettle jellyfish looks round and usually an orange color. They have long thin tentacles and some other more textured ruffle-like tentacles.
    • Breeding Info They release eggs into the water.
    • Special Behavior or Unique Anatomy Sea nettle jellyfish have tentacles Do not have a respiratory system, brain, or central nervous system.
    • Weird Info There are several myths and legends abound about their behavior and how dangerous they are from Japan. It explains why jellyfish do not have shells, like the other sea creatures that get washed up onto the beach. According to this legend, jellyfish did once have a shell but ended up losing it.
    • Video or Sound Jellyfish Video
    • ConclusionThank you forwatching mypresentation, I’velearned a lot about asea nettle jellyfish.