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Upside-down Jellyfish

Cassiopea

Description:

Named because it lives upside down with the bell touching the ground. They can vary in colors of blue, green, white, and brown.

Habitat:

This one was spotted at the Oklahoma Aquarium here in Tulsa. First time I'd seen this species. Naturally lives in shallow grass flats and mangrove swamps around the world.

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1 Comment

alra74
alra74 10 years ago

Wow this is cool I didn't know there was such a thing as an upside-down Jellyfish. Very cool!

ReannaDee
Spotted by
ReannaDee

Tulsa, Oklahoma, USA

Spotted on Apr 30, 2011
Submitted on Apr 30, 2011

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