Homehttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/Worldhttps://server7.kproxy.com/servlet/redirect.srv/sruj/smyrwpoii/p2/The human jellyfish lurking off the English coast stun the divers: "This is an experience we will never forget"
The human jellyfish lurking off the English coast stun the divers: "This is an experience we will never forget"
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Two divers off the coast of England have had experience of their lives when they encountered – and swam by – a human-sized barrel jellyfish scientist known as Rhizostoma Pulmo
Divers, Lizzie Daly, biologist, and Dan Abbott, underwater operator, live science, shot the event in a camera. He later went to Facebook with footage from the event.
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The two who dug off the Cornwall coast on Saturday saw the giant creature after "emerging from the muddy water," said Dali to the vice president. They then swam with the jellyfish for about an hour.
"It really hates you to be with such an animal," he added. "This is an experience we will never forget." Abbott calls the jellyfish a "beautiful, majestic, slow-moving, graceful animal." Abbott calls the jellyfish "beautiful, majestic, slow moving, graceful." animal. "
"My first reaction was that I have never seen a jellyfish of such size in my life," The Abbot of The Washington Post said, "the beautiful, majestic, slow and graceful animal." (Dan Abbott)
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"It was an absolute pleasure to get this experience," Daley told the Washington Post. (Dan Abbott)
Barrel jellyfish are "gentle giants" that "reel in warmer summers when there are large planktonic blooms that offer plenty of food," according to Buglife.
"Their soft bodies are over 90 [percent] water and move in a hypnotic pulsating motion driven by a simple network of nerves." Even though scandalous for their burning tentacles, most species are harmless to humans, "he added. is the largest one found in UK waters on the site