Credit: EVGENY KOVBAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Ctenophore, or comb jelly, in midwater. Ctenophores are distant relatives of cnidarians (jellyfish and sea anemones). They move through the water by beating rows of cilia along their sides. Ctenophores are predators, catching small prey items with sticky tentacles. Filmed in the Gulf of Thailand, Thailand.

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Keywords: animal, beating, cilia, ciliated, comb jellies, comb jelly, ctenophora, ctenophore, fauna, gulf of thailand, marine, midwater, ocean, se asia, sea, southeast asia, southeast asian, swimming, thailand, tropical, underwater, water, wildlife

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Ctenophore

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