- Jellies are more than 95 percent water. They don't have bones, brains, teeth or fins.
- Simple, symmetrical bodies allow jellies to catch prey and avoid danger from any direction.
- From simple, see-through styles to vibrant colors with ruffles and beads, jellies flaunt an amazing variety of fashions.
- Jelly tentacles are beaded with thousands of stinging cells that stun prey by injecting a dose of toxins.
- Under the right light, some jellies glow. Shine a blue light on an elegant jelly, and neon-green dots appear around the edge of the bell.
- Remove the light and it's crystal clear.