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Do jelly fish have electricity?
None. They also have no brain, no guts, and no anus.
NO, they have those long things called...tentacles?
The jellyfish float is also known as the survival float. The survival float is used to conserve energy when you are in trouble in the water, or waiting to be rescued. 1. …Take a deep breath 2. Put your face in the water and exhale, let your arms and legs hang freely and rest in this position for a few seconds.* 3. To take another breath, slowly lift the arms to about shoulder height and move the arms forward. Separate the legs, moving one leg forward and the other back. 4. Gently press down with the arms while bringing the legs together. This movement lifts the mouth out of the water and now you can take another breath. 5. Return to the resting position and repeat the steps to continue breathing and resting. *It is important to conserve energy, so kicking your legs and moving your arms in a swimming fashion is not part of this survival technique. Try to keep your legs close together and touching each other if the water is cold. This will help keep you warm. (see also, Help position in swimming).
No, it is a petroleum/wax/oil based compound. Electrons do not freely travel between molecules, in that, it's a dielectric. Similarly to the dielectric fluid in a transformer…, petroleum jelly can be used as an insulator. It's thermal conduction isn't as good.
Jellyfish do not generate electricity. I thought jellyfish did generate elctricity when i was small because that is how cartoons depicted it. Instead, they sting and youre rea…ction would be ike you have just be electricuted. Jellyfish stings are an all-too-common health hazard for beach vacationers. While most jellyfish stings are harmless (with a few exceptions), they can be extremely painful. The stinging sensation results when stingers at the ends of the tentacles of jellyfish and other aquatic animals come into contact with human skin, usually while wading or swimming in the ocean.
Yes, in fact there is at least one species that takes in water, filters food, and ejects it as a sort of jet propulsion.
Individual Jellyfish are either male or female. The eggs and sperm develop in special areas called Gonads inside the body wall. The gonads are frequently very colorful a…nd add greatly to the beauty of the living Jellyfish. When all of the eggs and sperm are fully developed, they are released into the stomach and then through the mouth into the sea. Some of the eggs stick to the frilly mouth lips which surround the mouth of the Jellyfish. There they are fertilized by the sperm and continue to develop. As in all many-celled animals, the microscopic fertilized eggs begin a series of cell divisions which finally result in an embryo. However, the embryo does not develop directly into a baby jellyfish, but becomes a tiny, flattened creature called a Planula.
Jellyfish can bioluminesce when they are stimulated. The luminescent light produced is bluish in color, attributable to a molecule known as aequorin, but in a living jellyfi…sh it is emitted via a coupled molecule known as GFP, or green fluorescent protein, which causes the emitted light to appear green.
yes but very low electrical conductivity.
no they don't
many jellyfish, including the box jellyfish, are eaten by sea turtles. (some jellyfish eat one another). sea turtles are usually unaffected by even a sting as deadly as one fr…om a box jellyfish. Of course like many animals, many die from habitat lose, nets, captivity, or being fished and eaten. There for, in some ways mankind is the largest predator of theirs.
some things that eat jelly fish are sea turtles, other jellyfish and some people:)
Jellyfish can vary greatly in size and length. Some jellyfish are hardly millimetres across, but the longest one, the Arctic lion's mane jellyfish, has tentacles that can grow… up to 100 feet in length.
Jellyfish lifespans typically range from a few hours (in the case of some very small hydromedusae) to several months. The life span and maximum size of each specie…s is unique. One unusual species is reported to live as long as 30 years and another species, Turritopsis dohrnii as T. nutricula, is said to be effectively immortal because of its ability to transform between medusa and polyp, thereby escaping death. Most of the large coastal jellyfish live about 2 to 6 months, during which they grow from a millimeter or two to many centimeters in diameter.
Jellyfish tentacles have a variety of jobs. Their main purpose is to capture food. Usually they trail behind the jelly to fish for prey. Once contacted, tentacles have spe…cialized cells that sting, stick to, or entangle the prey to immobilize it. The tentacle then contracts and draws the prey towards the mouth of the jellyfish, where oral arms push the food into the oral cavity for consumption. Tentacles sometimes are also used to aid locomotion, grasp onto substrates, and ward off enemies.
As a jelly fish doesn't have a spine, a jelly fish is an invertebrate.