Tuesday, 24 April 2012

3KCBWDAY2 - Photography Challenge


 We discovered new species of Jellyfish while on Holiday in Egypt last week!


Did you know?

 Jellyfish are very simple animals. They're more water than anything; a typical jellyfish is 94-98% water. They also lack basic sensory organs and even a brain.

Jellyfish contract their fluid bodies to move, but are not very efficient swimmers, which is why they end up washed up on the beach.

They are older than sharks and dinosaurs, jellyfish have lived on earth for over 650 million years!

There are over 1,500 species of jellyfish in a myriad! {Well 1,5001 if you include ours ;)}


 
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43 comments:

  1. Wow, that entry to the photo challenge took a LOT of planning!

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  2. Jellyfish rock! I've never seen purple jellyfish before. Blue and red ones, but these look beautiful.

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  3. What a creative photo. Thanks for sharing.
    x

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  4. Awesome photos! Educational too, and such pretty yarn :)

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  5. That's a great set of photos. Didn't the jellyfish sting her?

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  6. I think David Attenborough could find a new series in this... Congrats on discovering a new species too!!

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  7. Wow, what a beautiful jellyfish, an adorable girl and a wonderful setting. :-)

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  8. You've got a brave little girl over there. My brain says, "I'm not picking that up!"

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    1. your love my blog post next weekend then, lots of sea creatures lol

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  9. Great picture....first glance I thought, well you've missed putting in your made thing...love the yarn colours, did you dye it?

    I should think as you discovered the new species, you have every right to name it.

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  10. Love. I love jellyfish---both the yarny and non-yarny varieties, and these photos are fantastic. :)

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  11. What a great idea! Both kinds of jellyfish are beautiful--such colors! Bravo to your assistant. :-)

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  12. This is beyond cute!!!!! I love jellies.

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  13. Love it! I didn't realize how gorgeous jellyfishes were, especially yours :)

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  14. I'm in the fan base on these photos - just wonderful. So makes me want to go to the beach in Egypt!

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  15. Great idea and I've even learned something! :)

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  16. I love your pictures, the jellyfish and all the fun facts! Great post!

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  17. Wow - this is a fabulous post for KCBW! Really, really creative!

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  18. Very cute, and I didn't realize there were that many species of jelly fish :)

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  19. At first glance I also tought where is the fiber in the pic, awesome jellyfish, and going to bed having learned a new thing... Not all jellyfish sting!

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  20. So cool! I love her small feet standing by all the jellyfish. I'd be running the other direction if I was her!

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  21. Fantastic photo - the colours are just beautiful!

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  22. yay, more ocean life for kcbw! lots of beach themes out there today :).

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  23. You're so lucky to find a yarn jellyfish in it's natural environment!

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  24. Wow! Those are amazing photos!

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  25. Awesome photo! I love the colors!

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  26. Very interesting. We came across cucumber jellies stranded on the beach in Florida, I'd never seen them before.

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  27. Oh what a cute combination of jellyfish and knitting!

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  28. Apparently I haven't had enough coffee: I didn't "get" the pictures at first. But when it clicked, I laughed out loud!

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  29. I would probably totally freak out if I had to touch JellyFish ( the real kind, been stung way too many times ) but it is a genius idea.

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  30. What an amazing photo!!! Laura (cutecrochetedcreations.blogspot.com)

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