Join us as we celebrate Jellyfish!
Jellyfish, scientifically known as jellies, are most closely related to corals and sea anemones. However, unlike their counterparts, jellies are planktonic, meaning they drift with the ocean currents rather than attach themselves to a substrate. In fact, jellies are the largest plankton in the sea! They do not have brains, eyes, blood, or bones, so how do these magnificent creatures thrive in our oceans?
Join us as we dive into the life of a jelly, formerly known as jellyfish, and understand how this brainless, eyeless species has been around for over 500 millions years (that’s older than a dinosaur)! We will have special, hands-on activities for guests of all ages, included with general admission.