Jellyfish are indeed one of the most beautiful and mysterious marine biota. Jellyfish continue to thrive in oceans whose ecosystems are disrupted by ocean heatwaves, increased ocean acid levels, overfishing, and various other human activities.
Uniquely for jellyfish, human activities have made them feel more at home. Meanwhile corals, oysters and any marine organisms that would be susceptible to being affected and even died due to increasingly acidic ocean levels. However, this does not mean the jellyfish are immune. Then, Jellyfish do not have respiratory organs, but breathe through both layers of cells by absorbing oxygen and expelling carbon dioxide to the surroundings. Jellyfish have no brain or central nervous system. However, they have a neural net consisting of neurons that can respond to various stimuli.
Jellyfish in Ocean for Coloring
Jellyfish Art Meditation Grownups
Jellyfish Fascinating Pattern
Jellyfish Simple Sketch
Jellyfish in Some Sort of Species
Cute Jellyfish and Big Eyes
Dazzaling Eyes of Jellyfish
Smiling and Say Hello to Jellyfish
Jellyfish Complex and Awesome
J Is For Jellyfish
Be careful of Jellyfish Tentacles
Jellyfish have tentacles that serve to catch prey as well as a means of self-defense from attacks by other animals in the sea. Well, along the tentacles of this jellyfish, scattered nematocyst skin cells that contain toxins. Once a jellyfish feels threatened, these tentacles will move to attack, sting, and transfer toxins to the body of other organisms.
Even dead jellyfish can sting when you touch them. People who are stung by a jellyfish generally experience symptoms such as itchy skin, burning, throbbing, to blistered skin.
When you or someone else is stung by a jellyfish suddenly, take the following steps immediately.
1. Immediately keep the body part away from salt water or sea water so that the pain does not get worse.
2. Wash the affected area with vinegar (acetic acid) water to inactivate the nematocyst cells and stop the flow of poison.
3. Gently remove the tentacles attached to the skin while continuing to wash the sting area with vinegar water.
Jellyfish with Long tentacles
Big J and Small J for Jellyfish
Cartoon Jellyfish with seven tentacles
Jellyfish with Poisons
Complexicity in Jellyfish
Jellyfish Swims in the Ocean
Adult Jellyfish and Tentacles
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