Sea Nettle Jellyfish at the Monterey Bay Aquarium - Vertical
Fascinating to watch the sea nettle jellyfish, from the Monterey Bay Aquarium in California. Their tentacles are covered with stinging cells, which are lethal to prey. The stings aren't particularly dangerous to humans, but they are painful. More serious reactions include muscle cramps, sweating, or chest tightness, (Best to avoid them in person, whenever possible) Or, observe them in an aquarium! This image is to be displayed vertically.
On the lower bar, try moving the red dot on the far right, all the way to the left side.
That should hopefully put the link in playback.
During the day, the link appears to be live from the Museum.