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17 NOV: Underwater photographer Alexander Semenov recently captured this image of a Lion's Mane jellyfish. These jellyfish are the largest known species in the world and are usually found in cold waters such as the Arctic North Atlantic and North Pacific. They are cannibals and feed on other jellyfish such as moon jellies. Their sting is not fatal to humans. Thirty-year-old Semenov from Moscow Russia carries out the majority of his work in the White Sea near the Arctic Circle. He works…

Jellyfish / Berenice, Red Sea, Egypt There is so much beauty that we have just recently found imagine how many more creatures that we haven't even seen yet