Jan 17, 2011
Jellyfish – large oceanic transparent or showily colored siphonophore having a bladderlike float and stinging tentacles
According to media reported, because of human over-fishing and other human activities, around the world there’re some huge jellyfish appear in the ocean, the researchers said, they are becoming the "master" of some sea areas, Researchers have even found large jellyfish which like a Japanese sumo wrestler in size. Waters near Japan there’s a super jellyfish, up to 2m in diameter, weighs 200 kilograms, this jellyfish is the world’s largest jellyfish.
The numbers of jellyfish in the world’s oceans are on the rise, especially in Southeast Asia, the Black Sea, North Sea and the Gulf of Mexico waters, the increase in the number is particularly evident.
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