Feeling stung by the lack of jellyfish?
"There's been an occasional sting here or there, but it's not one of those nobody-is-going-in-the-water-because-everybody-is-getting-stung years." Scientists do know a few things, though. Jellyfish don't like cold water. They don't begin their ...
Science Wednesday: Jellyfish!
Pounding The Rock
Hi £ers!? I hope you're having a good Wednesday so far! Today, I went hiking with some friends at El Yunque National Forest, specifically to El Toro Wilderness Peak (3,524 ft/1,074 m), the highest peak in the forest and the only tropical wilderness in ...
New fossil likely displays the earliest origin of muscles in animals
A fossil discovered in Canada is that of the oldest creature known to possess muscles, an important evolutionary adaptation, scientists say. The fossil found in Newfoundland of a creature possible related to jellyfish and sea anemones shows traces of ...
Paleontologists discover world's oldest known muscles
When Animals First Flexed Their Muscles: Earliest Evidence of Muscular ...
Fossil Discovery Identifies Earliest Evidence For Animals With Muscles
Design & Trend
Jellyfish Mob Stings Over 400 Florida Weekend Beach Goers
Design & Trend
Captain Ray Manchester, of the Volusia Country Beach Safety says, "They have some vinegar that they can put on there, which helps get through the pain a little faster. Around 200,000 people are stung annually in Florida, according to the National ...
Jellyfish Swarm Florida Beaches; More Than 400 Swimmers Stung
Jellyfish swarm takes over Florida beaches, stinging hundreds
Jellyfish sting at least 400 at Florida beaches
Jellyfish have been around for millions of years, and this exhibition is designed to highlight their beauty, but it is also designed to be educational, said Charlie Ylaya. “This exhibit also aims to educate people about their perception that jellyfish ...
Weird jellyfish-like creatures still taking over West Coast beaches
Velella velella, jellyfish-like creatures also known as "by-the-wind-sailors," have been reported carpeting beaches from Oxnard, north of Los Angeles, down to San Diego, they report. They get their "sailor" nickname from their transparent fin that ...
Billions of jellyfish wash up on beaches from San Diego to British Columbia
Mysterious Jelly-Like Fish Washing Up Along West Coast
Zero-G Fire Pulses Like a Jellyfish on the Space Station
Prometheus would be so proud. As part of a NASA experiment, humans have brought fire to the International Space Station (ISS) to see what happens to flames in vanishingly low gravity. The experiment, called Flame Extinguishment-2 (FLEX-2), aims to ...
Seeing past the jellyfish sting
A 2013 video from robotics designers at the Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology shows three jelly-killer prototypes gliding as a metallic fleet over gently rippling water. An underwater video demonstrates the cunning plan. Pale jellyfish ...
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Scientists Capture Jellyfish Sting in Slow-Motion
Nature World News
If you're afraid of being stung by a jellyfish, you may not want to watch the latest viral video depicting the venomous creatures. Scientists at James Cook University have captured on film a jellyfish sting in action in super slow motion. Using a high ...
Video: Jellyfish stinging in slow mo
Researchers Capture Jellyfish's Sting In Slow Motion
Microscopic Camera Captures 'Jellyfish' Sting Like Never Before [Video]
Giant, venomous, tentacle-free jellyfish confounds scientists
Though jellyfish tend to be the weirdest things, and thus one of the most fascinating, creatures in the ocean they're also some of the most dangerous. From stepping on jellies that washed up on a shore to getting tangled in their tentacles while you ...
Deadly irukandji and box jellyfish invading Sydney Harbour because of climate ...
Giant New Jellyfish Has No Tentacles
Huge, venomous new jellyfish found off of Australian coast
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