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Jellyfish: Far From Passive Drifters-in-the-currents

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Photo of Kakani Young swimming among jellyfish.

Scientist Kakani Young of Caltech uses a new particle image system in Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

Credit: John Dabiri, Caltech


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Photo of jellyfish in Jellyfish Lake.

A view of Jellyfish Lake, with golden jellyfish following the sun across a wind-rippled surface.

Credit: Michael Dawson, University of California at Merced


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A photo of one jellyfish in the turquoise-blue waters of Jellyfish Lake.

One jellyfish "portrait" among millions, in the turquoise-blue waters of Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

Credit: John Dabiri, Caltech


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Map of the Palau Islands.

Jellyfish Lake is one of 70 such saltwater lakes in the Pacific islands.

Credit: FAA


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Photo of dye that tracks Jellyfish Lake water flow.

Harmless dye tracks Jellyfish Lake water flow.

Credit: Michael Dawson, University of California at Merced


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Photo of a weather station that monitors conditions at Jellyfish Lake.

A weather station monitors conditions at Jellyfish Lake in Palau.

Credit: Mike Dawson, University of California at Merced


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