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Tuesday, April 13, 2010

W&W. Wednesday-Jellies at Baltimore

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Jellies Invasions (Oceans out of Balance) are at the National Aquarium in Baltimore Maryland. We went over the Spring break. Here are some videos and photos of them. For those who Played Fridays Question on the Auntie E's On the Go blog, the Answer is the Ballast of the ships. Water is taken in the jellies come with the water and breed while the ships are moving from Ocean to Ocean. when the ships arrive they blow out their Ballast and release the Jellies with the water. That is why there is an Invasion of more types of Jelly fish in our Waters. I would suggest turning the sound off when viewing the videos, I will work on the sounds later. Just wanted you to see them in motion.
This is the Northern Sea Nettle




This is the Black Sea Nettle




these are Upside Down Jellies


This one is the Spotted Lagoon Jelly


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There are over 1,700 different species of Jellyfish worldwide.
We saw more however I could not put all of them on this site.
May I suggest, if you get a change, go see the Jellies Invasion it is well worth it.


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37 comments:

  1. I love Jellyfish. They're so unique in the animal world.

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  2. Great pictures! I'm amazed that there are a lot of different jellyfish species.

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  3. they are such lovely sea creatures. Happy WW!

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  4. jellyfish are great animals to photograph and i just LOVE the baltimore aquarium!!!

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  5. I loved the videos, thank you so much for sharing this!

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  6. The Jelly Fish are great. As a boy I remember playing with them.

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  7. they are so creepy..and yet beautiful.

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  8. Those are beautiful!! We have a Jelly Fish Spectacular at one of our local theme parks and it's always a must-visit attraction whenever we'd go there. :)

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  9. I had no idea that there were that many different kinds of jellyfish! Wow. How cool that you get to see them like that...

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  10. WOW! Those are so amazing! As long as I don't get stung by one again, I'm OK with them! :)

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  11. I thought jellyfish are transparent and white in colour. I didn't know they come in so many pretty colours.

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  12. jellyfish really are interesting creatures, aren't they?

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  13. Wow, what a great display and great job capturing images of them.

    Love the upside down guys. :)

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  14. Those are just too gorgeous! My kids love jelly fish and so do I. Happy WW!

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  15. I love your photos! I am amazed at jellyfish! I have only seen a few live, and would love to visit a huge exhibit like this, thanks for sharing! and stopping by, I will be back, we have a lot of things in common! Looking forward to getting to know you better!
    Faythe @Grammymousetails : gramousetails ATgmail

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  16. They look more like flowers than fish. Strangely beautiful ... nice photos!

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  17. Love the Aquarium! We go every year!

    Great pics of the Jelly's!

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  18. We LOVE the ocean and the jelly fish!

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  19. I love jellies. They are just so cool to sit and watch.

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  20. Amazing shots! I love looking at jelly fish.

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  21. Some of them are dangerous but they are so pretty.

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  22. I love looking at jellyfish. They are so graceful. Happy WW.

    I played too. Mine are here and here.

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  23. awwww spongebob's fave! :) thanks for sharing!

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  24. Great photos. Have a wonderful Wordless Wednesday.

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  25. Awesome pics! Love looking at Jellyfish ~ But they can give a mean sting!!

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  26. Thank you for sharing the answer.

    I love these photos of them. So wow.

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  27. They are lovely creatures to photograph but I think they are dangerous.

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  28. We went a few weeks ago... it was my fav exhibit at the aquarium... truly mesmerizing!!

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  29. hix l know jelly fish are poisonous but they are so beautiful. I have seen many of them in my travells around the world. my daughter was stung very badly by one, when we lived in the Middle Eastx. love your images as usual, especially your Ruby Tuesday ones. Also thank you for visiting my blog.xlynda

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  30. Wow. I have never seen such cool jellyfish pics before. I did get a bit squeamish. I am kinda terrified of jellyfish and all creatures in the ocean :)

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