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Imagen de jellyfish and ocean

Imagen de jellyfish and ocean

Yes, the Jellyfish is a plankton, and it lacks brains. They don’t have a nervous system, and obviously, there are no brain signals. However, there are other ways they use to send the signals. They have touch receptors that are placed on the tentacles and near the mouth.

Do Jellyfish Have Brains? and Another Fun Facts You Need to Learn About Jellyfish

Yes, the Jellyfish is a plankton, and it lacks brains. They don’t have a nervous system, and obviously, there are no brain signals. However, there are other ways they use to send the signals. They have touch receptors that are placed on the tentacles and near the mouth.

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Sea Turtle and Jellyfish! Canvas Print                                                                                                                                                                                 More

Sea Turtle and Jellyfish! Canvas Print More

Hyperrealistic Depictions of Fish Merged With Their Coral Environments by Lisa Ericson

Hyperrealistic Depictions of Fish Merged With Their Coral Environments by Lisa Ericson

" Fairytale Pathway " by Mevludin Sejmenovic - Photo 189640759 / 500px

" Fairytale Pathway " by Mevludin Sejmenovic - Photo 189640759 / 500px

jellyfish sketch

jellyfish sketch

Botrynema Not much is known about these deep-water jellyfish, which have been found off the coast of Antarctica and Alaska.

8 Beautiful Bioluminescent Creatures From the Sea

Botrynema Not much is known about these deep-water jellyfish, which have been found off the coast of Antarctica and Alaska.

Phacellophora camtschatica - one of the most beautiful jellyfish I've seen. She's "Egg-yolk jellyfish". It is so named because of large adults through the dome shine bright yellow base oral lobes, similar to egg yolk. In this case, large individuals did not like the ghostly beautiful small like this. By the way, grows Patsellofory to 60 centimeters in diameter, and tentacles - up to six meters! So it's a pretty cool thing.

Phacellophora camtschatica - one of the most beautiful jellyfish I've seen. She's "Egg-yolk jellyfish". It is so named because of large adults through the dome shine bright yellow base oral lobes, similar to egg yolk. In this case, large individuals did not like the ghostly beautiful small like this. By the way, grows Patsellofory to 60 centimeters in diameter, and tentacles - up to six meters! So it's a pretty cool thing.

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