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  • April 21, 2015
    These are the ceramic octopus (plus squid and jellyfish) planters made and sold by Cindy Searles for use with hanging air plants. They cost around $22 - $30 apiece and will make the perfect addition to my beach themed guest bathroom. I've already got the beach sunset wallpape... / Continue →
  • February 13, 2015
    Aquarists P. Zelda Montoya and Barrett L. Christie at the Dallas Zoo and Children's Aquarium successfully blended creamy peanut butter with salt water and fed it to moon jellyfish. Why? I'm not sure, presumably just so they could say they raised peanut butter jellyfish. WORT... / Continue →
  • February 6, 2014
    This is an unclassified species of giant jellyfish that recently washed up on an Australian beach. Majestic, isn't it? "It looks like a giant puddle of vomit." IT SURE F***ING DOES. Dr Lisa-ann Gershwin, of Australia's CSIRO government agency, said that scientists had known... / Continue →
  • October 7, 2013
    Because apparently jellyfish are becoming a serious problem, South Korea has developed a swarm of aquatic robots designed to detect and "pulverize" jellyfish using spinning propellers. When reached for comment, Poseidon had this to say, "NOW YOU GONNA PAY, HUMANS!" before stab... / Continue →
  • April 10, 2013
    This is a series of jellyfish-inspired pendant lamps designed by Roxy Russell. They range in price from $325 to $425 and are the perfect expensive thing to add a little under-the-sea flair to a room. Take it away, Sebastian! ♫ Under the sea Under the sea Darling it's bett... / Continue →
  • July 24, 2012
    Because scientists apparently don't care who our new overlords are as long they aren't us, a group of bioengineers from Harvard and the California Institute of Technology have built swimming jellyfish out of silicon rubber and the cells from rat hearts. Soon, they'll be assemb... / Continue →
  • May 11, 2012
    This is a rarely seen Deepstaria enigmatica jellyfish spotted some 5,000-feet below the ocean's surface by an unmanned sub inspecting a deep-sea drill off the coast of the UK. You've just gotta watch it to appreciate how freaky it is. It looks kinda like...there's a leak in t... / Continue →