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Published on Jun 15, 2012
An Upside-down jelly uses its bell much like a suction cup to stick to the seafloor. The ruffled parts carry microscopic algae that help nourish the jelly. By living topsy-turvy, the upside-down jelly lets the sun shine in to feed its crop of algae.