…a genus of rhopalonematid hydrozoans that are widespread throughout all oceans. Unlike some other hydrozoans (and like trachymedusae) members of Crossota do not have a sessile larval stage. Instead they spend their entire lives in the water column as “plankton”. Once they reach adulthood as medusae they will feed on zooplankton which are dispatched via nematocysts.
End of a wave. Photo: Sparksie
A Trunk Twister ! with permission (by Ian Lindsay~More Off than On)
The Manta Underwater Room by Mikael Genberg
Three-level floating hotel off the east coast of Africa that includes an underwater room.
A box jellyfish’s tentacle snags a banana prawn and reels the catch towards its mouth by David Doubilet
Clorox Commercial (2007)