Upside Down Jellyfish

Overview

Upside down jellyfish are so called because their bell points downward and their tentacles point upward. They seek access to sunlight to feed algae that live on their tentacles. They eat excess food produced by the algae and can also catch planktonic animals with their tentacles.

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