The Lobed Comb Jellies Have Eight Comb Rows

Posted on January 20, 2013

This video from the Monterey Bay Aquarium shows a Lobed Comb Jelly. The oval-shaped creatures have eight comb rows that they use to propel themselves in the water. The rows diffract light and produce a stunning shimmering effect as the jellies move. The Monterey Bay Aquarium says comb jellies sometimes eat other comb jellies that are larger than themselves. Take a look:

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