Jellyfish are psychedelic looking creatures found in every ocean of the world. Most of them consist of an umbrella-shaped bell and tentacles which trail out, and do not have a respiratory system since their skin is thin enough to adsorb oxygen.

Close up of a jellyfish (age fotostock/Robert Harding)

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Jellyfish at Peace Haven, Port Pegasus, Stewart Island, South Pacific Ocean (age fotostock/Robert Harding)

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Snorkeler in Jellyfish Lake, Palau, Micronesia (Arco Images/Robert Harding)

Snorkeler in Jellyfish Lake, Palau, , Micronesia / (Mastigias papua)

Blue Bottle Jellyfish (age fotostock/Robert Harding)

Blue Bottle Jellyfish

Mastigias Jellyfish, Jellyfish Lake, Micronesia, Palau (age fotostock/Robert Harding)

Mastigias Jellyfish, Mastigias papua etpisonii, Jellyfish Lake, Micronesia, Palau

Luminescent jellyfish, France, Mediterranean (Reinhard Dirscherl/Robert Harding)

Luminescent jellyfish (Pelagia noctiluca), France, Mediterranean, Europe

Drifting Jellyfish, Indonesia, Wakatobi Dive Resort, Sulawesi, Indian Ocean (Reinhard Dirscherl/Robert Harding)

Drifting Jellyfish, Ctenphora, Indonesia, Wakatobi Dive Resort, Sulawesi, Indian Ocean, Bandasea

Compass Jellyfish, South Africa, Port Elizabeth, Indian Ocean (Reinhard Dirscherl/Robert Harding)

Compass Jellyfish, Chrysaora hysocella, South Africa, Port Elizabeth, Ibhayi, Madiba Bay, Indian Ocean

Crown jellyfish, Egypt, Red Sea, (Reinhard Dirscherl/Robert Harding)

Crown jellyfish, Netrostoma setouchina, Egypt, Red Sea, Hurghada

Jellyfish and scuba diver, Norway, Atlantic Ocean (Reinhard Dirscherl/Robert Harding)

jellyfish and scuba diver, Aurelia aurita, Norway, Atlantic ocean, north atlantic ocean

Jellyfish, Oceanographic Institute, Monaco-Veille, Monaco, Europe (Ethel Davies/Robert Harding)

Jellyfish, Aquarium, Oceanographic Institute, Monaco-Veille, Monaco, Europe

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