Parent Category: Cnidarians
Found in every ocean, jellyfish are not technically "fish." Jellies have an umbrella like structure that allows them to float beautifully in the water. Watch out though, some of them sting!
Its diet consists of zooplankton, including copepods , larval fish, ctenophores , salps , other jellies, and fish eggs
jellyfish dont actually lay eggs as such but when they reproducethey produce an actual seperate animal called a polyp. these polypsare like tiny anemones which live, grow and reproduce indepently.the polyp will live for many years producing new jellyfishperiodically. when the conditions are right...
Are bacteria sentient? No, they have no free will. Neither do Jellyfish. They cannot choose which direction to go, they simply go... So no they are not sentient. They have no brain and are unable to think of such thoughts, or think at all for that matter. They perform a task and that is all. BUT...
Yes they do they wait about a min. to get back in the water or ifthey don't they die
Yeah they do. That's how they eat.
The lions mane jellyfish was first discovered in 1870 when therewas one found washed up on the shore at Massachusetts Bay.
They don't have fins, they just go with the waves.
Sea Anemone stick to a surface and has stingers. Jellyfish float around in the water and have stickers.
It is called a polyp. Some examples are sea anemones and hydras.
Jellyfish don't bite. They sting. If you don't get any treatment,the STING will kill you in a day or two, slowly paralyzing you asit goes. Also, Man o' war isn't a fish or a jellyfish. A man o' war isn't anindividual organism. It's a colony of four different species ofmicroorganisms called...
Tuna, Shark, Swordfish, Sea turtles, and one species of Pacificsalmon.
Jellyfish have a mouth that they place food into. Their bodiesaren't very complex but they do have a stomach and intestines. Theyare carnivores which means that they eat other living creatures.They tend to rely on the current of the water and the wind to helpthem find food. They trap food in their...
It's phylum is Cnidaria .
While jellyfish stings are painful, most are not emergencies. Expectpain, red marks, itching, numbness, or tingling with a typicalsting. But stings from some types of jellyfish - such as the box jellyfish (also called sea wasp) - are very dangerous , and can even be deadly .
Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Subphylum: Medusozoa Classes: Cubozoa, Hydrozoa, Polypodiozoa, Scyphozoa, Staurozoa There are over 200 species of Scyphozoa, about 50 species ofStaurozoa, about 20 species of Cubozoa, and in Hydrozoa there areabout 1000-1500 species that produce medusae (and many...
Cannonball jellyfish live in warm, estuarian waters. They are foundin the mid-west Atlantic Ocean and in the east-central andnorthwest Pacific Ocean.
No. They have a nerve 'net' with which they detect light, odour, and with which they taste, sense danger, and move. A jellyfish does not have a structured brain, but it does have an organized cluster of nerves which serves the same purpose, if on a much smaller scale.
A group of jellyfish is sometimes called a bloom or a swarm.
The jellyfish is an aquatic invertebrate that belongs to the phylumCnidaria. There are different classes of jellyfish, includingCubozoa and Scyphozoa. A jellyfish is not a fish. Fish arevertebrate animals.
Yes. They live in large groups in the Atlantic, Pacific, and Indian warm parts ocean. There have been sightings of portuguese man of wars being washed up together on the shores.
One of these: Agalmatidae, Apolemiidae, Erennidae, Forskaliidae, Physophoridae,Pyrostephidae, Rhodaliidae, Abylidae, Clausophyidae, Diphyidae,Hippopodiidae, Prayidae, Sphaeronectidae, Physaliidae,Rhizophysidae, Olindiidae, Monobrachiidae, Microhydrulidae,Armorhydridae, Geryoniidae, Halicreatidae,...
they release the fetilized eggs out their mouth into the ocean
No, Jellyfish are pelagic organisms, this means that they live floating about in the upper layers of the open ocean, and while they can swim up and down in the water they are carried around in the ocean by water currents.
Very interesting question! The body of a jellyfish is made of 3different layers: the epidermis (the skin), a middle layer calledthe mesoglea (the "jelly part" that give the jellyfish asee-through appearance), and an inner-layer called the gastrodermisthat connects these other layers with the...
no if you touch it it might get wraped around you
jellyfish is made up of 95% of water.
Jellyfish and corla belong to the Cnidaria phylum.
Even beached and dying jellyfish can still sting when touched. In2010, at a New Hampshire beach, piecesof a single dead lion's manejellyfish stung between 125 and 150 people.
Mainly squid. Sea Turtles and the bearded goby fish also eat jellyfish.
Invertebrate. They have no backbone. Yes. All jellyfish species are invertebrate because they lack spines.
Ulmaridae family, and it is the only member of its genus yet identified.
A dove is any bird of the family Columbidae, of the class Aves, of the phylum Chordata.
Smack, smuck or smuth all mean group of jellyfish. I presume the Question refers to 'Mail On Sunday' Trivial Pursuit quiz, where the answer is SMACK. swarm
Because they were created that way
You can buy jellyfish online at Jellyfish Art. They ship tanks and jellyfish anywhere in the US.
The Irukandji jellyfish eats small fish and shrimp. The jellyfishwill also eat other jellyfish and any other marine animals that itcan catch and kill.
Spawning most often takes place in the fall (Kurlansky 2004). The reproductive parts of the man-of-war are either male or female (Kurlansky 2004). The gametes are formed by the gonozooids and shed into the water. The sperm of one colony joins with the egg of another colony (Lee 2003). Physalia...
Jellyfish will prey on other jellyfish, shrimp, fish, and fisheggs. They will eat animal that drifts in to their tentacles.
They like water with oil in it.
jellyfish live in really deep oceans and lakes and rivers in Australian and also mostly in north America . thank you and have a nice day
Depending on the species, the body contains between 95 and 98%water. Most of the umbrella mass is a gelatinous material - thejelly - called mesoglea which is surroundedby two layers of protective skin.
Yes, they sleep to conserve energy and to avoid prey .
The Predators of the Nomura Jellyfish are: -Humans -Sunfish -Swordfish -Leatherback Turtles -Tuna Nomura Jellyfish sometimes eat each other, when very hungry. Nomura Jellyfish eat Zooplankton. :-) :-)
Cnidarians have specialized sells that are called cnidocytes. They use these special cells to capture prey. Cnidocytes have a special cavity in them called a cnida. Inside the cnida a coiled up tube is held. These tubes can do many different things depending on what type of cnidocyte it is held in,...
usually 8 but in rare cases such as giant jellyfish in spongebob squarepants more like 12
60 degrees in water like bays or oceans. The moon jellyfish is the most commen in the U.S.
Jellies have one bodily orifice and they use it for everything.
A group of jellyfish is sometimes called a bloom or a swarm.
Cubozoa Hydrozoa Polypodiozoa Scyphozoa Staurozoa
Water supports a jellyfish's body.
No, jellyfish are not mammals
1. it's an egg 2. it cracks up 3. it looks like a letter Y and walks 4. it becomes a flat jellyfish 5. it folds up and becomes a jellfish
according to my views it is very difficult to finding the sexof jellyfish but if we will try to ought with the help of net so wecan find the sex
Because its head is shaped like a box
The poison the jellyfish are putting in you. Their sting.
No. He was born as a sponge.
Because they breath in the sea ? :/
Jellyfish are of the cnidarian phylum, of which about 2900 species are known.
it is because they have no bones in their body ,so it is just like they only have skin which is see through.
how do blue blubber jellyfish feed
no they are invertebrates
jelly fish can lay eggs or give birth it depends on thedifferent kind of mother and how much sperm she gets most jellyfish lay 1 egg on something like sea weed or coral . then the oneegg makes clones of them self and they all stick togather. if yourgoing to a salt water beach and you walk along the...
Jellyfish have an absolutely unique feature. This is that they canreversibly change from male to female and vice versa. They aremotile, i.e., medusa form. They depend on food and nutrition through a method called'filter-feeding'. They live in deep seas.
Scientists still don't know the oldest age of the turritopsis nutricula since this creature turns back into the polyp stage.
This is for a box jellyfish: Kingdom: Animalia Phylum: Cnidaria Class: Cubozoa Order: Chirodropida Family: Chirodropidae Genus species : Chironex Fleckeri General Jellyfish (Not as much information): Classification: . Kingdom: Animalia . Phylum: Cnidaria . Class: Scyphozoa The...
Cnidarians live in salt waters or fresh waters. They have a simle nervous system and they have stinging cell called nematocysts. Thet have two embryonic cells, the epidermis and gastrodermis which are separated by the mesoglea.