Jellyfish primarily eat plankton, which are organisms that lack the strength and size to swim and therefore drift in marine and freshwater currents. Larger species of jellyfish also eat crustaceans, fish and other jellyf... More »

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Jellyfish range in size from as tiny as a pinhead to larger than a human with diets that vary accordingly. Jellyfish feed on phytoplankton, copepods, fish eggs, larvae and even other jellyfish. They form large swarms kno... More »

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Jellyfish eat their prey by first paralyzing them by stinging them, and then drawing the prey in through the mouth, which is a hole in the middle of the jellyfish's body, reports National Geographic. When the jellyfish h... More »

Jellyfish eat their prey by first paralyzing them by stinging them, and then drawing the prey in through the mouth, which is a hole in the middle of the jellyfish's body, reports National Geographic. When the jellyfish h... More »

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 »

Jellyfish are not actually fish, but a collection of plankton. Though relatively simple, they are able to survive without the presence of a complex circulatory, digestive or central nervous system. More »

Jellyfish season occurs during the summer months when the nettle, moon and Australian jellyfish invade thousands of square miles of the Gulf of Mexico. The jellyfish are proliferate in an area called the Dead Zone, where... More »