What eats Blue Blubber Jellyfish?
starfish, whale shark, and sea turtles i know because im doing a project on this
how do blue blubber jellyfish feed
Around 7 lbs
Because the temputure is warmer
freshwater jellyfish moon jellyfish cannonball jellyfish p.s. they don't sting humans but they do spit mucus blue blubber jellyfish P.S. they r not harmful unless u r very sensitive moon light jellyfish
Fact: Melbourne doesn't really have dangerous jellyfish. There are four types of jellyfish in the Bay. Lion's Mane, Southern Tailed, Blue Blubber and Moon. The Moon jellyfish can also be found swimming around the Yarra.
The Leatherback Turtle eats jellyfish.
what eats a jellyfish
No. Researches and marine biologists have found that loggerhead turtles often prey on the blue bottle jellyfish, which is the second of the most deadliest jellyfish in the world. The loggerhead turtle closes its eyes when its eats the tentacles because they are afraid their eyes will get stung by the jellyfish. The loggerhead is very immune to any jellyfish's sting. These jellyfish often swim away from them!
They are covered in Blubber.
i think it eats jelly fish
I'm pretty sure jellyfish don't eat other jellyfish.
an arctic mane jellyfish eats plankton
holes & blubbers
The blue whale's blubber is used to protect the whale from the cold. The heavy layer of blubber has an insulating effect, preventing the whale's organs from becoming chilled in the cold ocean.
There are no blue jellyfish in the Caribbean; there aren't really many species of jellyfish in the Caribbean anyway.
Blubber is the layer of fat under a whale's skin. It comes from the food the whale eats, just like the rest of the body.
no, of course not
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Yes it is because eats
If you mean What eats a jellyfish? The answer is some sea turtles, other jellyfish and people. If you mean What does a jellyfish eat? They eat small fish and zooplankton
question: what is the habbitat of a blue bottle jellyfish. Answer: Australlia and florida
every organism reproduces. and the blue bottle is not a type of jellyfish.
for their blubber and oil
A jellyfish is a carnivore it eats mostly zoo plankton and jellyfish shrimp or what ever they can handle (keeping there size in mind)
Sea turtles eat box jellyfish; they are unaffected by the deadly sting.
Sea Turtles tend to prey on Lion's Mane jellyfish.
blue bottle jellyfish or portugeuse man of war
The Irukandji jellyfish eats small fish and shrimp. The jellyfish will also eat other jellyfish and any other marine animals that it can catch and kill.
Mainly squid. Sea Turtles and the bearded goby fish also eat jellyfish.
rainbow jellyfish eats fish and anything most sometimes plants<3(;
A sea turtle ofcourse Well there are different turtles out there that that eat medusa jellyfish.....
it eats jellyfish pooo
Squid of various types.
Arctic Jellyfish and anything else that is in the arctic that eats arctic fish
Well a turtles favorite snack is a jellyfish so turtles eat jellyfish.If the jellyfish mistake the plastic or trash that flows into the water it will be effected so if the turtle eats the jellyfish that ate the trash then the turtle might be effected too.
Sunfish eat jellyfish.And whales eat jellyfish lava only.
Yes a jellyfish eating animal is a carnivore as the jellyfish is a living thing
Whales, turtles, and larger types of fish all eat the moon jellyfish. The moon jellyfish is thought to have existed for millions of years.
Algae Starts Of The Food Chain. The Marine Worm, The Green Sea Turtle, And Parrot Fish Eat The Algae. The Gray Reef Shark Eats The Parrot Fish, The Jellyfish, And The Green Sea Turtle. The Jellyfish Eats The Phytoplankton, Which Eats The Bacteria. The Green Sea Turtle Eats The Eats The Jellyfish. So The Algae Begins The Food Chain And It Ends With The Gray Reef Shark.
Sharks, jellyfish, other sea animals.
I dont think that they have any predators.
skin and blubber
swim, eat and blubber around:)
no because blue whales are bigger than a jellyfish
there harmful because,other jellyfish are harmful
Deep sea jellyfish are eaten by tunas, sharks, swordfish and few speices of salmon.