Jellies can be found in waters across the world, and we’re highlighting those closest to home to celebrate Jellyfish Day!
Until recently, it was thought that the Chesapeake Bay’s iconic jelly species was an Atlantic sea nettle—but according to recent research, these invertebrates are a separate species from their ocean-based counterparts.
Two purple striped jellies have been added to our Jellies Invasion exhibit!
It’s Jellyfish Day—celebrate by learning about a few of the jellies that can be found in our Jellies Invasion exhibit!
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