In this short film, you will see beautiful footage of the magnificent west coast sea nettles in the Aquarium of the Pacific. West coast sea nettles are a type of jellyfish, an invertebrate made up mostly of water.
Top 5 Sea Nettle Photos Of The Week
The West Coast Sea Nettle looks like a bell or umbrella, and then flattens itself during swimming movements. Have a look at the live aquarium cam, and witness the graceful movements of the sea nettles. Here are five of the best photos of the week taken from the live cam. Sea Nettle Live Aquarium Camera
Five Best Underwater Snapshots of the Week
It’s Friday… go ahead and float. These serene and beautiful photos from our Explore.org fans just keep us in the best mood. The snapshots come from our various underwater live cams (click the links below see them live for yourself!). Once again, our viewers prove they’re the best. Thank you all! (P.S. Check out the
Creatures of the Deep Sea: Japanese Sea Nettles
These sea creatures are 15 feet of stinging, tangling strings. Magnificent hunters with no brain or heart. Amazing Facts: Pain caused by the sting of a west coast sea nettle is similar in intensity to that of a bee sting. It does not have serious effects except in those individuals who are sensitive to the
Calming but Carnivorous!
These West Coast Sea Nettles could calm you into a trance watching them dance, but then you might have fallen for their tricks. “These jellies are carnivores, feeding on other jellies and a variety of zooplankton including larval fishes and eggs, comb jellies, and pelagic snails,” (Aquarium of the Pacific). If you’re not a pelagic