Jellyfish - Conservation Creature Plush
Contrary to their name, jellyfish are not actually fish. They are invertebrates, which means they lack a backbone. Jellies have stinging cells called nematocysts and are related to sea anemones and corals. A group of jellyfish is known as a "smack." Various species of jelies are found in oceans all over the world, in all of REEF's survey regions.
REEF Conservation Creatures are iconic marine species from REEF’s Volunteer Fish Survey Project regions. These marine creatures highlight the diversity of ocean ecosystems and encourage understanding and respect for marine life. We hope they inspire you to join REEF and learn more about the marine environment!
Each plush comes with a Conservation Card that provides information about the critter's habitat, characteristics, potential threats, and global distribution in REEF's Survey Project regions.
Choose a plush marine animal from your favorite REEF Volunteer Fish Survey Project region, or collect all of the creatures for a diverse and cuddly array of ocean life!
Be sure to check out the other fun critters in our REEF Conservation Creatures series here. Collect the entire collection!!
Buy any 3 Conservation Creatures for $25.