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Photos: Exhibit and Collection

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Fact Sheets: Exhibit & Species Information

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Jellies Extension Announcement Press Release
Jellies Announcement Press Release
Jellies Fun Facts
Atlantic sea nettle, Chrysaora quinquecirrha
Blue blubber jelly, Catostylus mosaicus
Egg yolk jelly, Phacellophora camtschatica
Hairy jelly, Spirocodon Saltatrix
Japanese sea nettle, Chrysaora pacifica
Lion’s mane jelly, Cyanea capillata 
Moon jelly, Aurelia aurita 
Northeast Pacific sea nettle, Chrysaora fuscescens
Purple-striped sea nettle, Chrysaora colorata
Spotted lagoon jelly, Mastigias papua
Umbrella jelly, Eutonina indicans
Upside-down jelly, Cassiopeia 

Videos: Exhibit and Collection

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Please credit all use of photos and video to John G. Shedd Aquarium. For more information on licensing and photo credit approvals, please contact Amanda Enser at 312-692-3222.

 

Media Contact

Andrea Smalec
Vice President, Communications & Public Relations
e: asmalec@sheddaquarium.org
p: 312.692.3258

FUN FACTS

• Dead zones are polluted, oxygen-starved areas in the ocean. Most animals can’t live in a dead zone, but jellies can. Learn more about how you can make a difference in the ocean’s health.

•  A purple-striped sea nettle’s stripes become darker as it ages, and its long, maroon tentacles begin to fade until they’re eventually thick and pale. Learn more about this jelly species and others.

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