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With their gelatinous bodies, strandlike tentacles and other strange features, jellyfish appear to be very different from other types of animals. But are their mating behaviors also bizarre?
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The fate of the five “sex geckos” sent to space by Russia last month made headlines around the world. The stranded reptiles were part of an experiment on weightlessness and sexual behaviour in space. When Roscosmos, Russia's Federal Space Agency, ...
Moon jellyfish has mesmerizing effect on the onlooker similar to a lava lamp
How is it that an organism made up of 95 percent water and has no head, no heart and no brain turns out to be such a complex and interesting creature? Consider the moon jellyfish (Aurelia aurita) with its large saucer-shaped transparent bell.
Zoologger: Death by world's longest animal
The lion's mane jellyfish passes through four stages over the course of its life: larva, polyp, ephyra and the familiar medusa.

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