When threatened the Atolla Jellyfish respond by creating a moving circular wave of light around their outer edge which is referred to as a “burglar alarm” response. Scientists theorise that jellyfish use this response to attract large animals in to eat jellyfish predators. So basically, when the jellyfish is under attack, it starts lighting up so that other, bigger, scarier animals will be attracted to the scene and (hopefully) eat the thing attacking the Atolla Jelly.
Manatee ❤️ // i love these gentle creatures!!! interesting fact about manatees...they belong to the order Sirenia. My guess is because they were mistaken for women by sailors (who had been at sea for way too long), much as the sirens who called to Odysseus centuries ago ....
15 Breathtakingly Tiny Miracles In Our Everyday World!
EVERY LITTLE THING IS GONNA BE ALL RIGHT Smiled with the risin’ sun None but ourselves can free our minds. Man is a universe within himself. Every little thing gonna be all right. Live the life you love, Love the life you live. - Bob Marley