DK Find Out! Invertebrates

Invertebrates are animals without a backbone or internal skeleton. West Coast Sea Nettles - Jellyfish Tank (Aquarium of the Pacific)

These sea nettles, a genus of jellyfish called Chrysaora, live at the Aquarium of the Pacific in Long Beach, California.

Brains On! How and Why Do Jellyfish Sting?
Brains On!

In this episode, we learn about how jellyfish sting and how they eat. Plus: stro-bi-la-tion (how jellyfish grow up).

OdySea Aquarium: Bizarre and Beautiful
OdySea Aquarium

Students will learn about the various adaptations octopus, jellyfish, seahorses, crabs and other bizarre and beautiful animals have to survive.

OdySea Aquarium: Bizzare and Beautiful
OdySea Aquarium

Students will be able to classify marine animals based on their phylum: cnidarian, arthropod and mollusk (cephalopods) and analyze symbiotic relationships among various marine animals.

OdySea Aquarium: All About Jellies
OdySea Aquarium

Just floating along!

But Why?: Are Jellyfish Made of Jelly?
But Why?

In this episode we’re answering a few short questions about animals!

But Why?: Why Do Lions Roar?
But Why?

A roundup of animal questions, with answers from Paola Bouley of Gorongosa National Park in Mozambique, Kent McFarland of the Vermont Center for Ecostudies, naturalist Mary Holland and Jo Blasi of the New England Aquarium.

Ologies: Toxinology (JELLYFISH VENOM) with Anna Klompen

Speaking from her lab in Kansas, surrounded by jellies, Toxinologist Anna Klompen invites us into her scientific Polyp Parlor to chat about barbs, neurotoxins, quick sting fixes, panty hose, the deadliest jellies, the harmless ones, pee, her favorite moments in science and the species that have her heart forever.

Ologies: Medusology (JELLYFISH) with Dr. Rebecca Helm

Get ready for PacMan ghosts, pet jellyfish, the biggest and smallest jellies, new band names, live medusas, secret formulas to incite jellyfish puberty, and the lengths that Dr. Rebecca Helm will go to to see a jelly bloom.