Amphipod inside a lion's mane jellyfish

Amphipod inside a lion's mane jellyfish

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Caption: Amphipod inside a lion's mane jellyfish. Close-up of a small crustacean (Hyperia galba, centre) inside the domed body of a lion's mane jellyfish (Cyanea capillata). Lion's mane are the largest known species of jellyfish. They can reach over 2 metres across with tentacles of around 30 metres long, containing millions of nematocysts (stinging cells). They range from Arctic waters to the coasts of Florida, USA, and Mexico.

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