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Art? Ocean animals? Or both? Check out these amazing photos of our South American sea nettles, from staff photographer Randy Wilder. We grew them behind the scenes from tiny ephyrae (babies), and are the first aquarium ever to display them! Now in the Jellies Experience.
Need something relaxing? Check out this new video of our beautiful crown jellies. You can see them now in “The Jellies Experience”!
Just placed on exhibit! For the first time anywhere, we have South American sea nettles on display. We grew them behind the scenes from tiny ephyrae (babies), received from a research lab in Argentina. They’re now about eight inches!
See them now in “The Jellies Experience”
Here’s a little after-Christmas gift for you: a new wallpaper to dress up that computer or mobile phone you found under the tree. Hope you had a great day!
We’re working with gorgeous barrel jellies as part of “The Jellies Experience.”
Have you seen them? We’ve had blue blubber jellies on display in “The Jellies Experience” before, but this maroon version is new to us. Spectacular, don’t you think?
Visited “The Jellies Experience” lately? Some species are as large as we’ve ever seen them, including our new upside-down jellies. Why live life this way? By lying upside-down, these jellies expose their algae to the sun, allowing photosynthesis!
In a first for any aquarium worldwide, we added stunning crown jellies to “The Jellies Experience" special exhibition this summer. These are unlike any jellies we’ve had, with beautiful, purple colors and an array of "spikes" emanating from the four-inch bell.
Our greatest hope for a new exhibit like “The Jellies Experience" is to inspire the next generation of ocean stewards. Is it working? Check out this great photo from visitor Beth Trittipo!
Did you know we cultivate many of our jellies right here at the Aquarium? A viewing window in our new exhibit, “The Jellies Experience,” lets you watch our scientists in action! Or you can take a peek inside a jellyfish laboratory in this video.