Non-poisonous jellyfish, such as Moon jellyfish and Blue Blubber jellyfish, are widely available and appropriate as pets for children. Pet jellyfish for kids require a special aquarium and fish-specific diets. More »

One interesting fact about jellyfish for kids is that crystal jellyfish contain a protein that is used in the medical industry to block certain viruses, notes Smithsonian.com. Another is that both people and other jellyf... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Jellyfish

Octopuses, jellyfish, sharks, sea stars and sea turtles are a few of the numerous animal species that inhabit the oceans. Since most plants need sunlight to carry out photosynthesis, many underwater plants make their hom... More »

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Moon jellyfish primarily eat planktonic crustaceans, but they also eat other small plankton including molluscs, fish eggs and smaller jellyfish. They catch their food with sticky mucus that lines the underside of their b... More »

One interesting fact about jellyfish for kids is that crystal jellyfish contain a protein that is used in the medical industry to block certain viruses, notes Smithsonian.com. Another is that both people and other jellyf... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Jellyfish

The cabbage-head jellyfish, more commonly known as the cannonball jellyfish, lives in warm, temperate estuary waters around the world. They are commonly found along the North American Atlantic seaboard, but also live in ... More »

www.reference.com Pets & Animals Marine Life Jellyfish

Some predators of the jellyfish include other jellyfish, sunfish, some sea turtles and humans. Occasionally birds and other fish will bite around the non-venomous inner tissue of the jellyfish, dodging the outer tentacle... More »