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Wisdom Wednesday | Crown Jellyfish
These jellyfish have 8 arms that surround their mouths and help them find food. Their diet consists of zooplankton, algae, shrimp, and invertebrate eggs. Although this species of jellyfish is the most venomous, they are not harmful to humans.
Wisdom Wednesday | Leatherback Sea Turtles
The largest sea turtle, the Leatherback, can reach up to 2,200 pounds. Unlike other species of sea turtles, Leatherback turtles have a rubbery shell composed of cartilage-like tissues rather than a hard, bony shell. Leatherback turtles also live in waters of more of the world than any other sea turtle.
Wisdom Wednesday | Jellyfish
Did you know that Jellyfish may have lived millions of years before the dinosaurs? A Jellyfish fossil found in Utah is thought to be over 505 million years old while scientists believe the dinosaurs roamed the Earth around 245 to 66 million years ago. That means jellyfish were around nearly 250 million years before the dinosaurs!
Wisdom Wednesday- 3/14/2018
Shore Buddies Wisdom Wednesday
In the HOT hydrothermal vents in the ocean, you can find 140-to 160-foot long jellies, which use a process called chemosynthesis to convert the hydrothermal...