The Pacific sea nettle is a carnivorous hunter, feeding on zooplanktonic organisms that are caught in its tentacles. It is large enough that larval and juvenile crabs have been known to hitch a ride on occasion, dropping off as the jelly comes close to shore. Like many jellies, the sea nettle can reproduce both sexually in the medusa stage, and asexually in the polyp stage. The colourful medusa stage can be seen on our unique fine art t-shirt. Isn't it sexy?
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