What does a jellyfish live in?
It simply lives in the ocean. Since the jellyfish has no brain, it has no choice except where the current takes it.
Jellyfish live in the ocean.
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Jellyfish live in the water.
Most jellyfish live in the ocean however there is a specific kind of jellyfish that live in freshwater
Jellyfish live in packs, but some jellyfish travel by themselves.
jellyfish live in the sky
yes. you can live when jellyfish is cooked.
In the Nick series: "Spongebob Squarepants", jellyfish, which are treated as bees in the series, live in the area called "Jellyfish Fields" they live in jellyfish fields
how long do the jellyfish live usually
yes jellyfish live in the arctic
In "Jellyfish Fields."
Different kinds of jellyfish can live in any ocean.
The biome that jellyfish live in is the ocean or the deep sea.
Jellyfish need to live in the sea, not in a rainforest.
They live in "Jellyfish Fields".
Jellyfish do not live that far under the water's surface. These jellyfish typically only live a few feet under the water.
in jellyfish field
the least dangerous jellyfish is maybe jellyfish that live in freshwater
i think that jellyfish live light in the dark but then in light
The jelly fish in Sponge Bob live in Jellyfish Fields.
== == Crystal Jellyfish live from 4 to 6 months.
Most Jellyfish do but some do live in fresh water! There is a place on this island that has fresh water jellyfish you can swim with them my mom has!
Jellyfish live in oceans and are not found in rivers.
Arrow Crabs are predators of jellyfish
Some jellyfish prefer the cold waters. While other types of jellyfish love the warm waters. The jellyfish prefer to live in groups together. The can live in oceans and also freshwater.
Moon jellyfish can live up to 1 year in captivity.
Most jellyfish live in north and south america Cretth 2010
Jellyfish can be found in every ocean in the world. They can live in warm or cold ocean waters and in deep or shallow waters. Some jellyfish can even live in fresh water.
JellyFish have no brain, therefore they have no choice onto where they live. they have two "choices" that the current must make for them, live Up or Down.
They all live on land... except for the jellyfish
A jellyfish can have a live jellyfish split from its body.
Everywhere, but their home is Jellyfish Fields
No but i live in plankton ;)
jellyfish live the ocean
Jellyfish can be found in many parts of the world as the can live in seawater and freshwater. Jellyfish are in the waters of Hawaii, California, France, Africa and Australia.
Sand Jellyfish live in Asian Waters around Japan and Hong Kong.
jellyfish do not live in tide pools they float around in the water following the wave currents
Jellyfish live in oceans and seas anywhere in the world that it is warm enough for them. There is no one country.
Yes. Many species of jellyfish live in the Great Barrier Reef.
There are many species of jellyfish. Some live in salt water and others in fresh water.
Jellyfish tend to live for about one year. If jellyfish don't live for about one year that is probably because another fish, turtle, or bird eats it. Another way they could die early is if they aren't in salt water. Jellyfish have to be in salt water to be able to live.
In the ocean..
Jellyfish live in both the shallow waters of the ocean and the deep parts of the ocean. They can live in warm or cold water.
Jellyfish do live in the midnight zone. In addition, tube worms, phytoplankton, and angler fish live in the midnight zone.
They do not only live in fresh water. Some jellyfish live in saltwater places like the beach and oceans.
Florida's water is home to many species of jellyfish. Examples include by-the-wind sailor jellyfish, mushroom cap jellyfish, box jellyfish and sea nettle. The Portuguese man-of-war also live near Fort Lauderdale, but is not actually a jellyfish.
coral reefs in the ocean are good places for jellyfish