(May 18, 2013)
The Vancouver Aquarium welcomed thousands of jellyfish, including the Japanese Sea Nettle to its waters this week with the introduction of its Jelly Invasion exhibit, which opened Thursday. There are 15 weird and wild species of jellies from around the world on display, including some that defecate out of their mouths and others that can cause heart attacks within minutes of stinging a human. For details on Jelly Invasion, visit vanaqua.org.
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