June 29, 2013

Human-Sized Mystery Blob Found off Coast of Cuba

Rebecca Helm, Deep Sea News


AP Photo

I asked Rebecca Helm is a PhD student at Brown University to guest post at DSN.  She studies the evolutionary developmental biology of jellyfish. When not caring for baby jellies, she writes for jellybiologist.com, a website dedicated to all things science, art, and jellyfish.

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TAGGED: Jellyfish, Marine Biology, Squids, Cuba

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