|[Note Guidelines] Photographer's Note|
|Jellyfish are not real fish, after all they have no gills or fins. They are a clump of all-purpose cells that work together to capture and eat food. They are often called "swimming stomachs".|
They have no nervous system or blood flow; the only specialized organs seem to be their poisonous tentacles and their gonads.
this particular specimen was seen moving in shallow water south of Powell River, BC.
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I have learned something to day through the photo and your notes and for that I thank you!