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Where: Jellies exhibit
When: Periodically throughout the day
Length: 15 minutes

Description: Jellies are fascinating animals and captivate us all. Maybe our fascination with them is their ability to “go with the flow,” a trait many humans strive for. Since they are drifters, jellies are considered plankton, wherever the currents and tides are moving the jellies go. Because of this, jellies are found in all of the world’s ocean and right now, jelly populations are increasing exponentially due to overfishing and ocean acidification. If we choose to eat sustainable seafood and to also reduce our carbon footprint, we can help keep the oceans in balance and bring jelly populations under control.