Radial canals that move nutrients through the jelly’s bell form a starburst pattern that reflects the lights of ROV Hercules with bright splashes of yellow and pink,” the Nautilus crew shares. “But without our lights this gelatinous beauty drifts unseen in the dark.
Rogerstown beach, Rush. Co Dublin
Tis a bigin!
Found this one in Bettystown [Co Meath] last week…
Spotted this monster off the back of Ireland’s Eye a couple of weeks ago. Inside the cave so it was. Loads of them about!
Spotted on Bettystown beach (county Meath). Giant Lions Mane Jelly Fish. Someone helpfully stuck a tennis ball in it for perspective.
An ambitious concept by Belgian architect Vincent Callebaut for an oceanic city made from a 3D printed combination of algae and recycled rubbish. The jellyfish-like, marina-domed ‘seascrapers’ extendable up to a kilometre deep, would feature renewable energy sources and sustanable food in the form of vegetable gardens, plankton, algae and mollusc farms.
One of many sustainable/renewable/optimistic concepts that can be viewed at Callebaut’s website.
We found this alien creature this evening on Fanore Beach, Co. Clare. Anyone know what it is?
Sandycove, Co Dublin today.
If the cold doesn’t get you…
“The most venomous jellyfish in Irish waters has been spotted at Sandycove and Sutton beaches, Dublin Bay. Due to high water temperatures and strong westerly winds, it is likely such jellyfish will be seen more frequently in coming weeks….”
(Sasko Lazarov/Photocall Ireland)
Mary Hennesey tweetz:
Spotted this beast in Rosslare at the w/e
Shane O’Connor adds:
“Further to the Rosslare jellyfish here is another in Duncannon bloody scary things are everywhere…”