in the sea
They do not live in a country they live in the ocean.
5cm or 10cm
Jellyfishes live in oceans and seas of all around the world, in shallow or deep waters and in some rivers and lakes too. Most jellyfishes live in seawaters, some of them in freshwaters
yes an sea wasp jellyfish can live in the sea.
usally by the shore where they can sting people
Yes; jellyfishes live in freshwater, like some Limnomedusae.
They live saltwater and in freshwater.They also live in the deep part of the oceans!!
anywhere but the extremely cold places
jellyfishes eat plankton fish and even feed on other jellyfishes
MidWater JellyFishes Live In The Abyssal Zone Of Oceans (No Light And Extremely Cold)
live eat sting mate what does any other living thing do?
bigger animals are the jellyfishes enemies.
Jellyfishes don't have blood.
Some jellyfishes, like semaeostomeae, live in pack, while others, like rhizostomeae, live alone.
Jelly fish are found in every ocean, from the surface to the deep sea.
Jellyfishes live both in warm and in very cold waters.
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 ?
Apart from the sea, they generally prefer warm waters-and they tend to live in salty water but some types can live in fresh water.:)yay!
No, they haven't.