Clear "Jellyfish Song" (Canción de las Medusas) Sub. Español - YouTube

Clear "Jellyfish Song" (Canción de las Medusas) Sub. Español - YouTube

Wiel Arets Casa de las Medusas Marbella

Wiel Arets Casa de las Medusas Marbella

Ancient Roman Art | Midterm Question: Early Philosophy | greekandroman27

Midterm Question: Early Philosophy

In Greek mythology, Medusa ("Queen"), one of three Gorgon sisters; originally was a beautiful human, raped by Poseidon in Athena's temple

Me encanta! Miralo! Bota Negra Las Medusas con Hebilla  de Las Medusas en Dafiti

Bota Negra Las Medusas con Hebilla

Me encanta! Miralo! Bota Negra Las Medusas con Hebilla de Las Medusas en Dafiti

Me encanta! Miralo! Botineta Negra Las Medusas con Tachas y Pasadores  de Las Medusas en Dafiti

Botineta Negra Las Medusas con Tachas y Pasadores

Me encanta! Miralo! Botineta Negra Las Medusas con Tachas y Pasadores de Las Medusas en Dafiti

The term jellyfish encompasses about 1,500 species, ranging in size from microscopic to more than seven feet wide and 100 feet long. These are purple-lipped cross jellyfish.

The term "jellyfish" encompasses about species, ranging in size from microscopic to more than seven feet wide and 100 feet long. These are purple-lipped cross jellyfish. Mother Nature has all the best patterns.

Jelly-Riding Crab  Photograph by Hannah Johnson, My Shot    A crab clings to its floating host as both are swept out to sea near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. One role jellyfish play in the marine ecosystem is the transport of other animals across the ocean.

Jelly-Riding Crab Photograph by Hannah Johnson. A crab clings to its floating host as both are swept out to sea near Wrightsville Beach, North Carolina. One role jellyfish play in the marine ecosystem is the transport of other animals across the ocean.

The flower hat jelly is a species of jellyfish occurring in the West Pacific off southern Japan. Characterized by lustrous tentacles that coil and adhere to its rim when not in use, the flower hat.

The rare flower hat jelly’s lilac-tipped fringe can deliver a painful sting. Found off Brazil, Argentina, and southern Japan, the jelly’s tentacles can coil and uncoil and are used to capture small fish and other food.

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