How Upside-Down Jellies Sting You Without Touching You

How Upside-Down Jellies Sting You Without Touching You

This jellyfish might look kind of unassuming, but it’s got some surprising long-range weaponry to catch its prey!

Thanks to Cheryl Ames with the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History for filling out the details of her team’s amazing discovery!

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