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Cassiopea jellyfish on seafloor

Upside-down jellyfish congregate around Lido Key

October 16, 2019

Cassiopea Jellyfish, Credit: Dive and Seek If you’ve been snorkeling or wading around Lido Key this past spring, you may have noticed some odd, cauliflower-like animals on the bay bottom. These are a type of jellyfish called the upside-down jellyfish (or Cassiopea species). As the name suggests, these creatures usually don’t swim in open water…

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