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Published 4 years ago with 5 Comments

A Bloom of Jellyfish

Jellyfish at the Aquarium Berlin. Taken by MyMadSkills on InterfaceLIFT.

  • Adobe Lightroom 5.7.

    Nikon D90, Nikon AF-S DX NIKKOR 18-105mm f/3.5-5.6G ED VR.

    Photo Settings: 50mm, f/5, 1/25 second, ISO 1600.


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  • 0r4n9e

    I was exited to learn that the collective noun for jellyfish was "a bloom", had to google to verify, was disappointed to learn that it's actually "a smack". I call for a vote and my vote goes to "a bloom".

    • massani

      Yeah, I had to look it up. Wikipedia then pointed to me to this which is why I opted to use bloom instead of smack:

      A group of jellyfish is sometimes called a bloom or a swarm. "Bloom" is usually used for a large group of jellyfish that gather in a small area, but may also have a time component, referring to seasonal increases, or numbers beyond what was expected. Another collective name for a group of jellyfish is a smack, although this term is not commonly used by scientists who study jellyfish.

      • 0r4n9e

        Good choice, and very cool pic - I forgot to mention.

  • Csellite

    Jelly fish are my favorite animals for this particular reason. They are absolutely gorgeous! Great picture.

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