Imagine trying to figure out the details of a jellyfish's life by studying the formless blob that it quickly becomes out of water. Find about about these creatures through jellyfish behavior.
WHAT'S INSIDE: MARINE LIFE
- Corals & Jellies
- Starfish & Related Organisms
- Other Marine Life
Hermit Crab is a land- or water-dwelling crustacean. Unlike true crabs, hermit crabs have soft, vulnerable abdomens.
The jellyfish is an unusual and fascinating marine animal. Despite its semi-transparent, gelatinous appearance the jellyfish has a painful, venomous sting if you come into contact with one of its tentacles. Take this quiz and learn more about this unique sea creature.