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Deadly sea nettle jellyfish are formidable predators
 
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The Pacific Sea Nettle is a large and highly mobile jellyfish that cruises the depths until it comes into contact with its prey. Its long, trailing tentacles swiftly deliver a powerful sting that paralyzes its food. It draws the animal to its mouth to ingest it. But the web of life in the ocean is a complex one and despite being armed with such a highly developed weapon, the jellyfish is often preyed upon by birds and large fish. Source & embed code: https://rumble.com/v35fou-5292462.html. For licensing, please email [email protected]
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Black sea nettle jellyfish
 
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Black sea nettle jellyfish (Chrysaora achlyos) off Point Loma, 15 July 2012. Longest ones were easily twelve feet long. Music: Hand Balance Redux, Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com) Licensed under Creative Commons "Attribution 3.0"
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Black Sea Nettle (Chrysaora achlyos)
 
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Seen in swarms of a dozen or more off the coast of Pt Loma on July 14, 2012 taxonomy:binomial= "Chrysaora achlyos" © Michael Bear
Views: 13463 Mike Bear
Sea Nettle Jellyfish Birth | Untamed Americas
 
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Teeny tiny jellyfish are born, quickly growing long venomous tentacles in a matter of weeks. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe About National Geographic: National Geographic is the world's premium destination for science, exploration, and adventure. Through their world-class scientists, photographers, journalists, and filmmakers, Nat Geo gets you closer to the stories that matter and past the edge of what's possible. Get More National Geographic: Official Site: http://bit.ly/NatGeoOfficialSite Facebook: http://bit.ly/FBNatGeo Twitter: http://bit.ly/NatGeoTwitter Instagram: http://bit.ly/NatGeoInsta Sea Nettle Jellyfish Birth | Untamed Americas https://youtu.be/NOf2RRmSkgQ National Geographic https://www.youtube.com/natgeo
Views: 87428 National Geographic
Pacific sea nettles
 
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Like nettles on land, these Pacific sea nettles can leave a similar sting. Recently, ODFW researchers ran into swarms of these guys while doing acoustic marine habitat surveys. Sea nettles tend to be more abundant when ocean productivity is high – and this year’s big upwelling helps explain why they are more common right now (there’s lots of food in the water for them to eat). Interestingly, researchers have noticed higher sea nettle numbers this past spring, relative to 2016. The lower sea nettle numbers last year were a byproduct of the warm water ‘Blob’ that resulted in less productivity off our coast.
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Pacific Sea Nettles
 
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Pacific Sea Nettles swimming at The Jellyfish Warehouse. I visited The Jellyfish Warehouse the other day for another fun tour and grabbed some video of these amazing jellyfish pulsing in their tanks.
Views: 403 Brady Brandwood
Sea Nettles
 
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Surface swimming through the sea nettles at Breakwater Cove, in Monterey, CA. Music by Bensound.
Views: 46 Luis Felipe Gómez
Dancing Sea Nettle Jellyfish
 
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Sea nettle (Chrysaora) is a subtype of jellyfish .These are semitransparent , saucer like shape with a bell of size around 6-8 inches .Four oral arms attached to the underside of its mouth.It has number of long tentacles. the tentacles are few feet long contaning nemaocysts.These nematocysts are like capsules containing coiled threads within . these threads contains paralzing toxins. These sea nettles when sting any prey, it paalyzes it with its toxins . When they sting human beings, makes extremely painful rashes which lasts for 20-30 mins .
Views: 2287 sankaqm5
Black Sea Nettles
 
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This is my school project
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Wild Sea Nettles In The Monterey Bay!
 
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Want to dive with sea nettles? They're in the Monterey Bay right now! Don't want to dive with sea nettles? We did so that you don't have to! Sea nettles and their whole community of cold-water connoisseurs are back in the bay for the first time in 4 years. No one is quite sure what triggers these blooms, but strong upwelling and consistent winds have blown in these historic regulars to nearshore waters. Our jelly aquarist Wyatt Patry recently spoke about the return of sea nettle swarms and leatherback sea turtles to Monterey Bay after a three-year absence: http://mbayaq.co/2sj7XUB ____ Hey there! We hope you liked this video. Subscribe to our channel for more from the Monterey Bay and our mission to inspire conservation of the ocean: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=montereybayaquarium We're on Twitter: https://twitter.com/MontereyAq And Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/montereybayaquarium Also Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/montereybayaquarium Periscope too: www.periscope.tv/montereyaq Ooh, ooh! And Snapchat! https://www.snapchat.com/add/montereyaq
Views: 2136 Monterey Bay Aquarium
Pacific Sea Nettles
 
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These Pacific Sea Nettles are primarily found off the U.S. West Coast, occasionally as far south as Mexico and as far north as British Columbia. Some nettles have also been spotted around Japan. Jellies live in every ocean and thrive in coastal and open waters, and even live in fresh water. We rarely notice these translucent animals, but they have always been there. Because of recent changes to jellies populations, including massive swarms, voracious eating habits, and habitat invasions, we now find that jellies are changing the balance of Earths aquatic ecosystems. How can something so delicate have become such a problem? Enter Jellies Invasion: Oceans out of Balance.
Views: 8619 National Aquarium
Sea Nettle Jellyfish
 
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Eight hour Blue Ocean Whale Watch trip on 10/6/2013. GoPro video of a Sea Nettle Jellyfish.
Views: 426 SoCalGG
Atlantic Sea Nettles   Jellyfish Warehouse
 
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Juvenile Atlantic Sea Nettles from Jellyfish Warehouse swimming in a jellyfish tank. What I call a living lava lamp,... beautiful and surreal to watch.
Views: 637 Brady Brandwood
Sea Nettle Jelly Fish - Ripley's Aquarium of the Smokies
 
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This is actually a (teaser) video because I'm working on a much longer video from the Ripleys Aquarium we visited while vacationing in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. I love these Sea Nettle Jelly Fish so much and they are awesome to watch as they move along that I felt I would make a video of just the Sea Nettle Jelly Fish.. A little info on Sea Nettle Jelly Fish: The stinging sea nettle (Chrysaora) is a genus of particularly large true sea jellies (Scyphozoans). The name may refer to the Atlantic sea nettle or East Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora quinquecirrha), a species of sea nettle that inhabits particularly Atlantic estuaries. The name sea nettle may also refer to the Pacific sea nettle or West Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) (pictured to the right), another related species that is endemic to the Northeast Pacific Ocean. It is a common coastal species found along the west coast of North America from California to Alaska. The Atlantic sea nettle is a bell-shaped invertebrate, usually semi-transparent and with small, white dots and reddish-brown stripes. Sea nettles without stripes have a bell that appears white or opaque. The nettle's sting is rated from "moderate" to "severe" and can be pernicious to smaller prey; it is not, however, potent enough to cause human death, except by allergic reaction. While the sting is not particularly harmful, it can cause moderate discomfort to any individual stung. The sting can be effectively neutralized by misting vinegar over the affected area. This keeps unfired nematocysts from firing and adding to the discomfort. The sea nettle is radially symmetrical, marine, and carnivorous. Its mouth is located at the center of one end of the body, which opens to a gastrovascular cavity that is used for digestion. It has tentacles that surround the mouth to capture food. Nettles have no excretory or respiratory organs. Each sea nettle is free-swimming and can reproduce both sexually and asexually.
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Black Sea Nettles
 
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Views: 188 Julie Anderson
Atlantic Sea Nettles
 
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Buy your pet jellyfish and aquarium here: https://www.jellyfishwarehouse.com Atlantic Sea Nettles are a beautiful jellyfish with long, trailing tentacles. They are found in brackish rivers along the Atlantic coast in the summer months. We breed each and every one of our Atlantic Sea Nettles, which produces a very healthy and happy pet jellyfish.
Pacific Sea Nettles in a Cubic home jellyfish aquarium
 
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Pet Pacific Sea Nettles (Chrysaora fuscescens) in a home jellyfish aquarium made by Cubic Aquarium Systems. For more information check out http://www.cubicaquarium.com
Views: 14860 Cubic
Facts About The Sea Nettle; Aqua Life Episode 6
 
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Due to the immense popularity of my last Jelly fish video; I present Facts about the Pacific Sea Nettle. The Pacific Sea Nettle is one of more than 2000 species of Jellyfish. In this video I explore 11 facts about this gentle and beautiful creature. The entire video was filmed at SeaWorld Orlando on a Nikon L610. As always if you enjoy these videos be sure to Like and Subscribe If you have any suggestions about an animal that you would like me to cover please leave a comment in the description box below. Music: Shallow by Syntact ● SoundCloud https://soundcloud.com/iamsyntact ● Facebook https://facebook.com/iamsyntact ● Twitter https://twitter.com/iamsyntact Works Cited: National Aquarium http://www.aqua.org/explore/animals/jellyfish-pacific-sea-nettle San Fransico Aquarium http://aquariumofthebay.org/pages/detail/1363 Smithsonian http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-photos/pacific-sea-nettles Victoria School District British Columbia http://www.vichighmarine.ca/reports/cnidarians-and-ctenophores/pacific-sea-nettle WallaWalla University http://www.wallawalla.edu/academics/departments/biology/rosario/inverts/Cnidaria/Class-Scyphozoa/Order-Semaeostomeae/Family-Pelagiidae/Chrysaora_fuscescens.html
Views: 481 Aquatography
Sea Nettles
 
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Large numbers of Sea Nettles are once again in Breakwater Cove by the Coast Guard jetty in Monterey, CA.
Views: 81 Marge Brigadier
Pacific sea nettle jellyfish (Chrysaora fuscescens)
 
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Short video clip of a Pacific sea nettle jellyfish (Chrysaora fuscescens) at the California Academy of science. Music: Ambient Voyager by Zeropage ( http://www.jamendo.com/fr/track/20231/ambient-voyager ) under CC-BY 3.0 ( http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/3.0 )
Views: 6730 Guillaume Paumier
Sea Nettles
 
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Watching sea nettles changing colour
Views: 53 Jayson Tench
Japanese Sea Nettle
 
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Available at http://www.jellyfishart.com
Views: 19426 JellyfishArtDotCom
Wanna get inside a tank with sea nettles!!
 
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I made this video today while doing my volunteer shift at the Monterey Bay Aquarium.
Views: 496 Jason Huskey
Sea Nettles
 
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Sea Nettles in Carmel on 10/31/09
Views: 70 Michelle
Sea Nettles
 
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Sea Nettles, Monterey Aquarium
Views: 38 Rich Schwerdtfeger
West Coast Sea Nettles - Jellyfish Tank
 
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The Aquarium of Pacific in Long Beach, California.
Views: 153 Aizen Sowski
Japanese sea nettles
 
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Jelly fish are so soothing and calming to watch... especially when paired with soothing and calming music... which is unfortunately hard to hear.
Views: 317 Harui Komah
Jellyfish: Pacific Sea Nettles from the Georgia Aquarium
 
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Sea Nettles are a type of Jellyfish that can be found in both the Atlantic and Pacific oceans. The ones in this video are Pacific Sea Nettles from the Georgia Aquarium. They have a bell shaped "head" and long stinging tentacles. These tenticles are covered in nematocysts which help them to capture plankton and small fish. These types of jellies will not kill a human with their sting unless someone is allergic. It will be moderately painful and cause a rash that should be treated immediately with vinegar.
Views: 3917 Reef Video
Pacific Sea Nettles .com
 
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Pacific Sea Nettles (Chrysaora fuscescens).
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Black Sea Nettle
 
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Views: 1274 Chris Thompson
Sea Nettle Bloom off Monterey Bay
 
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for reddit but meh
Views: 57 Mememaker9000
SEA NETTLE JELLYFISH
 
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The Atlantic sea nettle is a bell-shaped invertebrate, usually semi-transparent and with small, white dots and reddish-brown stripes. Sea nettles without stripes have a bell that appears white or opaque. The nettle's sting is rated from "moderate" to "severe" and can be pernicious to smaller prey; it is not, however, potent enough to cause human death, except by allergic reaction. While the sting is not particularly harmful, it can cause moderate discomfort to any individual stung. The sting can be effectively neutralized by misting vinegar over the affected area. This keeps unfired nematocysts from firing and adding to the discomfort. Music By: THE PANDA RESISTANCE - Golden Eagles Shot & Edited By: Joe Cappa
Views: 6270 JoeCappaFilms
Sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens)
 
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Source: www.fishconsult.org Location of this video: Monterey Bay Aquarium, USA. June 09, 2012 The Pacific sea nettle, Chrysaora fuscescens which lives in the Pacific Ocean is a free-floating, large jellyfish with a bell of up to about 30-50 cm across in diameter. It has four long oral arms surrounding its mouth. Sea nettles have bright distinctive colors which make them a popular organism in public aquaria especially they are relatively easy establishment and maintenance. Even though sea nettle spends most of their time passively floating on water surface, they are capable to swim against currents. Distribution The Pacific Sea Nettle, Chrysaora fuscescens is commonly found along the coasts of Oregon and northern California, flourishing in late summer and fall. The significant abundance of the sea nettle in the recent years has been claimed to be due to climate changes and/or human activities in the coastal regions. Feeding behavior Sea nettle feeds on a wide variety of zooplankton, crustaceans, pelagic snails, other jellyfish, small fish as well as their eggs and larvae. Case studies show that when sea nettles are found in high densities, they may negatively affect fish populations and they may also become nuisances to fisherman by clogging up fishing nets. Sea nettles are carnivore organisms. As their prey passes by and brushes up against their tentacles, thousands of nematocysts are released, launching pointed stingers which release a paralyzing toxin into the prey which are transported by the oral arms into the sea nettle's mouth for digestion. Reproduction Sea nettle is capable of both sexual and asexual reproduction. Its life cycle begins by the fertilization of female's eggs through catching the sperm released by the males. Afterwards, fertilized eggs are hold in female's mouth attached to her oral arms. As fertilized eggs grow into flat bean-shaped planula and then after they grow into flower-shaped polyps whereas they are released into the ocean where they attach themselves to a solid surface and undergo metamorphosis as they grow, developing a bell, arms, and tentacles until it is a fully formed medusa. Risks: As sea nettles use their stingers in capturing and paralyzing their prey, they may also sting human who comes in contact with them. Such stings may cause considerable pain, irritation and discomfort. However, these stings rarely require medical attention. References: Wikipedia and Encyclopedia of life
Views: 710 FishConsultGroup
Pacific Sea Nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens)
 
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A Pacific Sea Nettle jellyfish (Chrysaora fuscescens) swimming off of Ogden Point breakwater, Victoria BC, in the spring of 2014. For more information on this species visit https://www.vichighmarine.ca/pacific-sea-nettle/
Views: 2373 vichigh marine
Northern sea nettles (Chrysaora melanaster)
 
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Northern sea nettles (Chrysaora melanaster) at Albuquerque Aquarium. Author: Dschwen License: CC BY-SA 4.0 Link: https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Chrysaora_melanaster.webm Details of the licenses can be found on this channel's "About" page. Link to this video’s license: https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/deed.en In this video, no changes or modifications have been made to the original material. -------------------
Views: 141 The Nature Box
Japanese sea nettles (Chrysaora pacifica)
 
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Resorts World Sentosa S.E.A. Aquarium
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Japanese Sea Nettles at the Tennessee Aquarium
 
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Beautiful footage of Japanese Sea Nettles, Chrysaora melanaster, at the Tennessee Aquarium in downtown Chattanooga. Several amazing jellyfish species can be seen in Jellies: Living Art at the Aquarium. Learn more about moon jellies, upside-down jellyfish, umbrella jellies, blubber jellies, West Coast sea nettles and sea walnuts at www.TennesseeAquarium.com
Views: 927 Tennessee Aquarium
Jellies that sting, the Sea Nettles at Monterey Bay Aquarium #9
 
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Jellies that sting, the Sea Nettles at Monterey Bay Aquarium #9 TilTul http://tiltul.com/lyrix/manage_your_search.htm http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jelly_Fish
Views: 257 MultiBrowsers
The Stinging Sea Nettle
 
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Beautiful colorful sea creature filmed in HD quality! Enjoy:) The stinging sea nettle (Chrysaora) is a genus of particularly large true sea jellies (Scyphozoans). The name may refer to the Atlantic sea nettle or East Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora quinquecirrha), a species of sea nettle that inhabits particularly Atlantic estuaries. The name sea nettle may also refer to the Pacific sea nettle or West Coast sea nettle (Chrysaora fuscescens) (pictured to the right), another related species that is endemic to the Northeast Pacific Ocean. It is a common coastal species found along the west coast of North America from California to Alaska. The Atlantic sea nettle is a bell-shaped invertebrate, usually semi-transparent and with small, white dots and reddish-brown stripes. Sea nettles without stripes have a bell that appears white or opaque. The nettle's sting is rated from "moderate" to "severe" and can be pernicious to smaller prey; it is not, however, potent enough to cause human death, except by allergic reaction. While the sting is not particularly harmful, it can cause moderate discomfort to any individual stung. The sting can be effectively neutralized by misting vinegar over the affected area. This keeps unfired nematocysts from firing and adding to the discomfort. The sea nettle is radially symmetrical, marine, and carnivorous. Its mouth is located at the center of one end of the body, which opens to a gastrovascular cavity that is used for digestion. It has tentacles that surround the mouth to capture food. Nettles have no excretory or respiratory organs. Each sea nettle is free-swimming and can reproduce both sexually and asexually. Stinging sea nettles are carnivorous. They generally feed on zooplankton, ctenophores, other jellies, and sometimes crustaceans. Nettles immobilize and obtain their prey using their stinging tentacles. After that, the prey is transported to the gastrovascular cavity where it is subsequently digested. Nettles also eat young minnows, bay anchovy eggs, worms, and mosquito larvae. Each nettle tentacle is coated with thousands of microscopic nematocysts; in turn, every individual nematocyst has a "trigger" (cnidocil) paired with a capsule containing a coiled stinging filament. Upon contact, the cnidocil will immediately initiate a process which ejects the venom-coated filament from its capsule and into the target. This will inject toxins capable of killing smaller prey or stunning perceived predators. On humans, this will most likely cause a nonlethal, but nevertheless painful rash typically persisting for about 20 minutes. Some earlier cases of nettle stings from the Philippines reportedly had more severe effects: one account describes a sting causing vascular insufficiency, and another mononeuritis.
Views: 4273 WorldTravelerMan
Sea Nettles
 
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Sea Nettle jellies at the Georgia Aquarium
Views: 34 Carmalee Scarpitti
Atlantic sea nettles in cubic pulse 80
 
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Atlantic sea nettles after eating some mysis shrimp in a cubic pulse 80
Views: 208 Poison Ivy
Sea Nettles and Jellyfish
 
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The Sea Nettles and Jelly Fish of the North Carolina Aquarium at Pine Knoll Shores. These two exhibits are a couple of my favorites. They may be simple creatures, but they are very interesting
Views: 1435 Marcus Penn
Pacific Sea Nettles under the Sea Wolf II
 
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Barton Selby captured this mesmerizing video of jellies surrounding the Sea Wolf II on one of our whale watching trips out of Monterey. A whole new perspective looking at the propellers from a GoPro!
West Coast Sea Nettle Henry Doorly Zoo - Jellyfish
 
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West Coast Sea Nettles at the Henry Doorly Zoo, Omaha, NE
Views: 190 Jay Gould
Camden Aquarium July 2013 - Pacific Sea Nettles
 
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Video of Chrysaora fuscescens (en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chrysaora_fuscescens) in action
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Your Earth Is Blue: The Pacific Sea Nettle
 
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What's a sea nettle? Learn about these Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary dwellers in our video!
Views: 1121 NOAA Sanctuaries
Pacific Sea Nettle Jellyfish along Oregon Coast
 
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Checkout these Pacific Sea Nettle Jellyfish along Oregon's coast near Pacific City.
Views: 195 Michael Rischer
Gross Jellyfish Sting - Sea Nettle?
 
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From 2011, 1 week out from the initial sting in Hilton Head, SC. Best I know, it was a Sea Nettle, but I never saw it.
Views: 5987 Brian Harris

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