Jammin’ with Jellies: Mesmerizing Footage of Fluorescent Jellyfish Set to Ambient Music
Jellyfish have no bones, no brains and no blood. They use their stinging tentacles to catch their prey (which consists of zooplankton, small crustaceans and other small ocean animals). These odd creatures may seem simple, but they are important for maintaining the world’s ocean ecosystems.
“Jammin’ with Jellies” is an exhibition at the Point Defiance Zoo and Aquarium in Tacoma, Washington, that showcases the jellyfish’s vibrant bodies and hypnotizing movements. The exhibit also includes artwork and interactive workshops. To promote the exhibit, the zoo and aquarium created this entrancing video, which combines jellyfish footage with fitting ambient music.
The exhibit’s information page reads:
Make your way to the North Pacific Aquarium and step into an underwater world of wonder. Be mesmerized by the haunting beauty of billowing bells and flowing tentacles of colorful jellyfish. Explore fantastic jellyfish artwork made from recycled objects, hands-on activities, and more!