The World’s Most Common Jellyfish

One of the most common and widely recognized jellyfish in the world, the moon jellyfish is clearly distinguishable by its clear, round main body with four purplish-white circles at the top of the bell. Although many beach-goers fear jellyfish due to their powerful stings, the moon jelly is one of the few that do not sting humans. Affectionately called the moon jelly, this cnidarian has relatively short tentacles hanging down from its bell’s sides.

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