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Lion’s Mane Jellyfish in the Gulf of St. Lawrence
Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic

A lion’s mane jellyfish drifts in Bonne Bay in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The species can grow to eight feet across.



Years of overfishing, warming waters, and possible offshore drilling cause concern for the health of the gulf’s ecosystem.

I ate jellyfish for the first time last week. It was really good.
(via National Geographic Photo of the Day)

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish in the Gulf of St. Lawrence

Photograph by David Doubilet, National Geographic

A lion’s mane jellyfish drifts in Bonne Bay in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. The species can grow to eight feet across.

Years of overfishing, warming waters, and possible offshore drilling cause concern for the health of the gulf’s ecosystem.

I ate jellyfish for the first time last week. It was really good.

(via National Geographic Photo of the Day)

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