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Lion's mane Jellyfish The lion's mane jellyfish, also known as the giant jellyfish, is one of the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to cold, boreal waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans. 📷 Mark Kirkland

Lion's mane Jellyfish The lion's mane jellyfish, also known as the giant jellyfish, is one of the largest known species of jellyfish. Its range is confined to cold, boreal waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic, and northern Pacific Oceans. 📷 Mark Kirkland

🐾Obscure Animal Of The Day🐾 on Twitter: "Today’s obscure animal of the day is the Giant Phantom jellyfish! These deep sea jellies are extremely elusive, with only about 100 sightings since their discovery in 1899! They measure in at about three feet wide, and their tentacles can be up to 33 feet long! https://t.co/lLGw732EbK" / Twitter

“Today’s obscure animal of the day is the Giant Phantom jellyfish! These deep sea jellies are extremely elusive, with only about 100 sightings since their discovery in 1899! They measure in at about three feet wide, and their tentacles can be up to 33 feet long!”

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The Black Sea Nettle. These large jellyfish can grow to be over three feet in diameter, and their tentacles can be over 25 feet long. Despite their large size, much about them is still unknown, and they are relatively new to science: black sea nettles weren't an official species until 1997! This is because they are rarely observed in the wild, preferring calm deep water, and are difficult to raise in containment. http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-photos/black-sea-nettle

The Black Sea Nettle. These large jellyfish can grow to be over three feet in diameter, and their tentacles can be over 25 feet long. Despite their large size, much about them is still unknown, and they are relatively new to science: black sea nettles weren't an official species until 1997! This is because they are rarely observed in the wild, preferring calm deep water, and are difficult to raise in containment. http://ocean.si.edu/ocean-photos/black-sea-nettle

wdsu on Twitter: "'Breathtaking': Giant jellyfish the size of a person spotted underwater off English coast https://t.co/vEDfkh6pfq… "

“'Breathtaking': Giant jellyfish the size of a person spotted underwater off English coast https://t.co/vEDfkh6pfq”

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