Jellyfishes are by no means wimp when it comes to their swimming prowess. Their ability to find the proper current enables them to swim to places they want to go. This is very important in their ability to find foods and escape from harm. So what’s their secret?
Jellyfish may lack brains, but these very simple animals are far stronger at swimming than biologists once believed, according to a new evaluation produced from data collected by tagging quite a few of the creatures.
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