Researchers catch a glimpse of a purple-tinged siphonophore drifting along the sea floor.
Catch a glittering glimpse of photos from the most complete audit yet taken of marine life in the Antarctic Ocean.
One is surprisingly large. The other is tiny. Both are extremely venomous.
The barrel jellyfish isn't just the largest jelly found in the waters around the U.K., it's also one of the animal kingdom's most strategic searchers.
Tiny velella are mass-beaching by the millions up and down the coast.
A jellyfish in Japan can reverse its own aging process -- neat trick, no? It might even be able to live forever! Tara has more about a creature with a critical case of Benjamin Button syndrome.
Flying robot designers often look to birds and bugs for inspiration. But Jellyfish can fly, too. Continue reading →
In 2000, a bloom of sea tomato jellyfish in Australia was so enormous — it stretched for more than 1,000 miles from north to south — that it was even visible from space.
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