S.F. Bay Area — California
Aquarium of the Bay
Jelly Fish Exhibit
— Moon Jellies
— Brown Sea Nettles
Did you know that there are more than 200
species of jellies — and they're made up of 95% water and
have no heart, brains, bones or other organs?
If you like Jelly
Fish, you won't want to miss a visit to the Aquarium of the Bay to
see their New Jellies Exhibit — the
Moon Jellies and Brown Sea Nettles — they're
amazing... and the largest jellies we've ever seen!
Beautiful translucent Moon Jellies are displayed
tank. They're hypnotic — we could have watched them for hours.
Moon Jellies are found in temperate and tropical waters around
the world — including along the Northern California Coast.
All Moon Jellies on display were born and raised at the Aquarium.
Brown Sea Nettles
Wait 'til you see the Brown Sea Nettles (pictured above and below). They're
much larger than those we've seen before — and they look
like something from
Brown Sea Nettles are most commonly found along
the west coast of North America — specifically along California
and Oregon coasts and into the Gulf of Alaska and Mexico.
Stinging cells are located within their tentacles.
They have no control over what they sting — so beware...
they'll sting instantly when touched.
CityPass includes Aquarium Admission.
Buy San Francisco CityPass and other Sightseeing
Tickets & Passes
Aquarium of the Bay page
- Moon Jellies
and Brown Sea Nettles
& Touch Pools
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