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Jellyfish Hunter

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Jellyfish Hunter

Jellyfish hunter is actually a part of a television series called Sponge Bob Square Pants. This is a cartoon or animated series meant for entertainment of children. But there's no restriction on the age of the viewers, be it three or thirty, nine or ninety, all age groups are welcome to enjoy this laugh riot.

Sponge Bob Square Pants is a cartoon character that is illustrated as a square piece of sponge with very thin legs. In the season two of the television series, during one episode, he is shown as working for Mr.Krabs, who is a crab. Sponge Bob Square Pants is assigned the work of making patties, called as Krabby Patties. He tries out an innovation and uses the jelly taken from the Jellyfish to make these Krabby patties tastier.

All the customers who have come to eat at Mr.Krabby's restaurant, finds these patties quite tasty and suddenly the Jellyfish patties become a rage overnight.

Now is the most difficult part of the job. Sponge Bob Square Pants has to run around and search for more Jellyfish because his boss, Mr.Krabs has ordered him to do so.

The Jellyfish are all scattered in the Jellyfish fields. Sponge Bob Square Pants tries to catch them and he does succeed. He catches one Jellyfish and names him Twelvy because he is the twelfth Jellyfish he has caught on that day. He gently takes the jelly out and releases the Jellyfish back.

There is one Jellyfish that is difficult to capture and Sponge Bob Square Pants names him as Mr. No Name. Mr. No Name turns out to be quite smart and manages to trap Sponge Bob Square Pants in a glass jar.

He then takes him to Mr.Krab's factory and reveals the fact that he is secretly mistreating the Jellyfish and he kills them to extract their jellies.

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Written by and Sudarsana Sinha.

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