A global citizen science platform
to discover, share and identify wildlife
The upside-down jelly similarly to many corals, has a symbiotic algae that lives within it's frilly tentacles. The jelly lay upside-down in shallow tropical waters to take full advantage of sun light. Additionally The Upside-down jelly has eight oral arms with numerous tiny mouths that can suck up any passing plankton. The Upside-down jelly has a mild sting.