Comb Jellyfish

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Comb Jellyfish

The ciclia of the comb jelly actually diffract light, which produces a shimmering rainbow effect.

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Comb Jellies

Comb jellies are often mistaken for jellyfish, but they are not even cnidarians.

Comb jellies get their name from their 8 rows of long, fused cilia that look like combs. The beating of the cilia help the comb jelly move through the water.

Some comb jellies can expand their stomachs to hold prey nearly half their own size.


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