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This translucent jellyfish has a diameter of 10 - 13 inches and weighs more or less 1 - 2.5 kg. During the transition period of rainy season to dry season, hundreds of these dead jellyfish are washed ashore by the high tide. Some local fisher folks gather some of these and make them into a chilled salad - a good appetizer and a perfect partner for alcoholic beverages.


Not so sure , maybe tropical seas.

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4sg24 8 years ago

Cool. Next time do something about tigers or lions

Gerardo Aizpuru
Gerardo Aizpuru 9 years ago

Wow what a fantastic spotting grate shots and video!

MaryEvans2 9 years ago

wow, people really eat these? very interesting spot and information.

animaisfotos 9 years ago

Hundreds of those at the seashores... The video is great. Thanks for sharing.

Thanks LauraMaria it was a good help. You have fascinating bird spottings.

LauraMaria 9 years ago

Hard to tell exactly what kind of jellyfish, but this definitely belongs to an order called Rhizostomae, which don't have tentacles. It's difficult to ID it further than that since it looks distorted floating on the surface like that, but I am thinking something like Catostylus mosaicus or Mastigias papua. Hope this helps in narrowing down your search!

Roxas City, Capiz, Philippines

Spotted on Feb 7, 2012
Submitted on Apr 4, 2012

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