Educators can use this short video to teach students about the monster jellyfish and how it provides a home for a school of fish.
This was one of the coolest and most unexpected wildlife encounters I've had while doing field research. This impressive beast is known as Anomalorhiza shawi, and it blew our minds, while we were researching coral reef fish 'algal-eating' (and, thus, 'ecosystem-protecting') behavior in Thailand. Experiences like this are a MAJOR perk to being a marine biologist.
Enjoy this video on the monster jellyfish?
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