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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 water into simple sugars for food. Even cooler, their bodies live in drastically different temperatures; the tops of the jellies enjoy lows of 37 degrees, their bottoms (at the event) bask in a toasty 392 degrees--happy as clams, or jellies, rather. 

PHOTO: @stevepeletz