A tentaculate ctenophore, also known as comb jelly or sea gooseberry (Pleurobrachia sp.), opens its mouth to ingest zooplankton prey during a blackwater dive off the Kona coast, the Big island; Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States of America
A tentaculate ctenophore, also known as comb jelly or sea gooseberry (Pleurobrachia sp.), opens its mouth to ingest zooplankton prey during a blackwater dive off the Kona coast, the Big island; Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States of America
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A tentaculate ctenophore, also known as comb jelly or sea gooseberry (Pleurobrachia sp.), opens its mouth to ingest zooplankton prey during a blackwater dive off the Kona coast, the Big island; Island of Hawaii, Hawaii, United States of America


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