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New research from the University of California shows how the ability to detect light could have evolved before anything like an eye.
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Riding the wind and ocean currents, hordes of blue, alien-like creatures descend upon South Florida's shoreline, entangling beach goers in poisonous tentacles and delivering painful stings
SAVANNAH, Ga., June 25 /PRNewswire/ -- Jellyfish Squish(TM), an FDA compliant solution that works within minutes to relieve the pain of jellyfish stings, was recently proved to be effective on stings caused by the Portuguese man-of-war. Jellyfish Squish(TM) is produced by Coastal Solutions, Inc.
A DEADLY jellyfish has been washed up on Pendine Sands. The Portuguese man o'war was found by holiday maker Chris Englishas he enjoyed a day out at Pendine Sands in Carmarthenshire.
Its eerie blue hue was attracting plenty of curious onlookers who crowded around a glass jar - but its sting could be deadly.
By Ehrenberg, Rachel Studies of medusan motion reveal secrets of the Earth's first muscle-powered swimmers From the Jetsons to James Bond, flying via jet pack has become an icon of the futuristic way to travel. But jet propulsion is actually older than the Flintstones.
The Flower Hat Jelly, (Olindias formosa), is a species of jellyfish occurring in the waters mainly off Brazil, Argentina and southern Japan. This rare species of jellyfish can grow to about 6 inches in diameter. It is characterized by lustrous tentacles that coil and adhere to its rim when not in use. This animal’s bell (body) is translucent and pinstriped with opaque bands, making it easily identifiable. The sting of this species is painful but is non-lethal to humans. The diet of...
- an ornament or knob in the shape of a flower