Jellyfishes are carnivores.
jellyfishes eat plankton fish and even feed on other jellyfishes
bigger animals are the jellyfishes enemies.
Jellyfishes don't have blood.
A kind of jellyfishes is an artificial concept to recognize jellyfishes with same anatomy and echology.
Yes, they are; although some jellyfishes have, inside them, mutualist symbiotic organisms which are producers.
they sting worse than other jellyfishes also they are called box jellyfishes ?
No. They are invertebrates.
# Pelagiidae, long jellyfishes like the common Pelagia noctiluca # Cyaneidae, the lion's mane jellyfishes # Ulmaridae, flat jellyfishes like the moon jelly # Tiburonidae, some aberrant abyssal forms
Jellyfishes are not electrical.
They prefer to be in warm temperature water. But yet they also love to be close to shore. But nothing much are known about the jellyfishes climate.
Cubozoans are the fastes jellyfishes.
stinging cells in their body
Are Jellyfish predators or predator
No; however, some jellyfishes, like Aurelia aurita, help their newborn hatchlings to find food by spreading them with a water current.
jellyfishes are not a matter of money.
0; jellyfishes have no hearts.
They're called jellyfishes.
0; jellyfishes have no legs.
Jellyfishes are multicellular.
No, jellyfish are invertebrates because they do not have a backbone.
Yes they can or how would they have babys?
19, including my mother
Nope, jellyfishes are carnivorous in nature.
No, quite clearly not.