Sea Nettle Jelly (Jellyfish) Side Angle - Monterey Bay Aquarium - California
This is a side view of sea nettle jelly fish at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. They hunt by trailing their long tentacles the are covered with stinging cels. When the tentacles touch tiny plankton, the stinging cells stick tightly and paralyze their prey. At that point, the prey is moved to their mouth-arms, then to the mouth where it is eaten. As with the purple striped jelly, this species is also mesmerizing and beautiful to watch. This is also available as an 11" x 14" paper size. It would look great if paired with 1-3 other jellyfish images, that are also 11" x 14".