Sunday, August 30, 2015

Jellyfish

Andy | Sunday, August 30, 2015 | Best Blogger Tips

The tide brings them in, the tide leaves them there to die.

20 comments:

  1. Yes, one of the wonders of nature.

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  2. Oh, my! Mother Nature sometimes is not very kind. Very interesting photo. . .the muted colors with the thin strip of horizon green is excellent.

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  3. And to become food for other creatures, I suppose.

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  4. Yuck...we get our share down here.

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  5. Yuck! My sister was bitten by jelly fish once! Not a nice experience.

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  6. There appears to be quite a lot of them trapped on shore.

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  7. Nature is what it is. Natural selection doesn't care about jellyfish dying. The strong will survive and reproduce and that's the way it's always been and always will be. I'm glad I'm not a jellyfish, though. They really get no respect!

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  8. The rules of nature seem hard sometimes.

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  9. I've never seen a jellyfish except in aquariums. I didn't know they got left behind by the tide in such numbers.

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  10. I wouldn't know what they are judging from this pic, Andy! Nasty things.

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  11. I hate these things and those awful Portuguese man o' war things. Painful stings!

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  12. As a former scuba diver, I've seen several different types of jellyfish. Their sting can be very unforgiving. Recently on the Nature of Things (television show) an episode on Jellyfish aired. It can be viewed online at: http://www.cbc.ca/natureofthings/features/a-bowlful-of-jelly

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  13. I've never seen jellyfish that colour Andy, they look very sinister...

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  14. We have a short period of time each summer when the beaches may be littered with jellies. I stay out of the water then!

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  15. Poor jellyfish. Nice shot - they look like stones.

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  16. Part of nature's way. They look so alien.

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  17. Wow- I have never seen this before.

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  18. Really... that's incredible. They look like stones.

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