Blue blubber jelly [Catostylus mosaicus]

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Blue blubber jelly [Catostylus mosaicus]
Size: Maximum bell diameter is 12 to 18 inches.
Habitat: Coastal and estuarine waters of the southwest Pacific Ocean, most common along bays and estuaries of Australia’s east and north coasts.
Fun Fact: Why are these jellies so fast? Maybe it’s because the faster they move, the more food they can get with their short but efficient oral arms.

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