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Wednesday, September 22, 2010

WW-The Electric Light Jellies- No Strings Attached


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The National Aquarium in Baltimore Maryland
still has the

"Invasion of the Jellies" exhibit.
We went back last weekend and saw this new one.
It was just so amazing I could have just stayed there
watching them for hours.



The Electric Jellies in action.


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38 comments:

  1. They really are so fascinating and bizarre. I love watching them, too.

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  2. I'm with you. I could sit and watch them for hours.

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  3. They are amazing, aren't they? They were one of Princess Nagger's favorite when she went there not too long ago! :)

    WW: Goofy Contortionist

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  4. Pretty cool but being stung by one, now that I could do without. lol

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  5. Jelly fish are so, so creepy. Prehistoric and creepy.
    I remember them swimming by my legs as a kid in the ocean. like them behind glass better.

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  6. Weird creatures, aren't they? I love them but don't like to swim with them.

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  7. Yikes! I lived in Florida for years...those are nasty suckers!

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  8. wow amazing. We need to get there too, we live right next to Baltimore.

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  9. The first time I saw phosphorescence in the ocean I was stunned! (Not stung, mind you.)

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  10. I love watching these are our aquarium in Omaha too! The seahorses also fascinate me!

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  11. Howdy! Thanks for stoppin' by too!

    I would love to see the Jelly display...your video is totally cool!

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  12. That's amazing i have never actually seen one before :-)

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  13. That is really cool....I love the jelly fish displays...there is a really cool one at the Omaha (Nebraska) zoo...it's neat how they all swim the same direction.

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  14. I love watching them too, because they are so bizarre and otherworldly. But when diving this summer, I saw so many plate size ones, it was scary. Until I was told the big ones weren't going to sting, I had visions of Finding Nemo with me playing Dory.

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  15. Very pretty!! Thanks for linking up over at Green Momma. :)

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  16. That is pretty cool...

    Have a great Wednesday!
    http://harrietandfriends.com/2010/09/views-from-space/

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  17. Thanks for following Three Crazy Munchkins- I'm now following back!

    Lauren
    threecrazymunchkins.blogspot.com

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  18. I'm with you. I could stand and watch these guys (or gals, whatever) all day. So much less stressful than work!!!

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  19. Just got some great jelly fish photos this weekend...thanks for sharing

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  20. Fascinating! I could watch them for hours as well!
    thanks for sharing Auntie E!

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  21. Thanks for stopping by my blog my Fall WW blog post today! We've been to this aquarium several years ago and loved it! We also just studied about the awesome creatures like this jellyfish in the abyss and it is really just amazing!I'm your newest GFC follower and Networked Blog follower!
    Come back to "A Slice of Smith Life" and follow back if you'd like! I also just signed up for the WW link from above :)
    Have a great day!
    Tracy
    http://www.asliceofsmithlife.blogspot.com

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  22. Amazing to watch, such a relaxing sight!

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  23. So amazing the things we don't see often in the water! :)

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  24. totally bizarre yet interesting looking.

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  25. new follower... hope you follow back :)

    www.thebabybottomline.com

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  26. They are the neatest! So peaceful to watch!

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  27. Cool pictures and video. Those creatures are amazing considering they have no brain.

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  28. WOW! They are interesting to look at - but not when they're in the ocean with me!

    Excellent, well thought out WW post!!!

    Thanks for passing by my page. Much appreciated.

    Best,
    Li
    @LaLicenciada
    @HerDeepThoughts

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