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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

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

We’re feeling Canadian today

We’re feeling Canadian today. Lets check out the live cam of the magnificent Japanese sea nettles that reside at the Vancouver Aquarium — a non-profit society dedicated to the conservation of aquatic life. Japanese sea nettles are a type of jelly, an invertebrate made up mostly of water. Jellies have no heart, brain or bones. They swim by jet