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As human beings we are 'just' part of the entire environment. So are jellyfish !

Here are some interesting facts about jellyfish, as we think it is important to know about others as well as human activitiy impact on earth.

Jellyfish are very important animals in the ocean. We should definitely respect and not harm them. They are food for a number of marine animals such as large fish and turtles. They can also protect the small fish from being eaten by predators with their stinging cells.

Here are some facts about jellyfish;

  • Some jellyfish can glow in the dark

  • Jellyfish are the oldest multi-organ animal

  • Jellyfish don't have brains

  • Jellyfish are found all over the world

  • Some jellyfish are immortal

  • Not all jellyfish have tentacles

  • There's a giant jellyfish called the hair jelly

  • 150 million people are stung by jellyfish each year

What would happen if jellyfish went extinct?

Globally there are huge numbers of jellyfish in the oceans. In recent years, studies have suggested that when jellyfish blooms die-off, massive quantities of jellyfish sink out of surface waters and can deposit as “jelly-lakes” at the seafloor, choking seafloor habitats of oxygen and reducing biodiversity.

Environmentalism, a movement and ideology that aims to reduce the impact of human activities on the earth and its various inhabitants. This is a comprehensive, easy-to-use eco-handbook for budding classroom environmentalists everywhere.

From what makes Earth so special, to how scientists know for sure our climate is changing, why it's a big deal for everyone and what we can all do right now to make a difference, green expert Leo Hickman is ready to answer all your questions.

Will Jellyfish Rule the World?breaks down the causes and effects of climate change in a fresh, fun and easy-to-follow format. Packed with practical everyday things we can all do right now to make a difference, Will Jellyfish Rule the World?


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