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Jellyfish Sensory Organs (Aurelia Tentaculocysts)

Jellyfish Sensory Organs (Aurelia Tentaculocysts)

Despite their common name, jellyfish are not fish at all, but are rather cnidarians that have a medusoid, or bell-like, body shape. The jelly, or mesoglea, in scyphozoan jellyfish is thick and surprisingly firm to the touch considering the substance is composed of approximately 90 percent water.

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