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The Art of Jellyfish, in Monterey

Moon Jellies

Katie Dean has two Wired News stories today on the Monterey Bay Aquarium's new jellyfish exhibit, Jellies: Living Art. The first story is about the exhibit itself, which by design is more visual than scientific. At the top of this piece is a gallery of extremely pretty jelly pictures. The second story is about the unusual task of raising jellyfish for the exhibit.

We made it to the Monterey Bay Aquarium a couple of years ago, and it's a wonderful place, which I highly recommend.

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