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Midwater Jelly

Colobonema sericeum

Physical Characters : Colobonema is found in many regions of the world. Compared to a lot of jellies, it's a strong swimmer. It's equipped with 32 tentacles. When disturbed, its tentacles light up (bioluminescence) and sometimes drop off, confusing a would-be predator. Scientists suspect that Colobonema can re-grow the dropped tentacles, since they often observe this jelly with tentacles of different lengths. These are approximately 1 inch (2.5 cm) in diameter.

Distribution : Mostly these are distributed in midwater nearly of 2,297-3,281 feet, or 700-1,000 meters deep.

Food : They are mostly eating small crustaceans, possibly comb jellies and other small jellies.