Jellies make for interesting art

Published June 03, 2009

Jack Cover, the Aquarium's general curator of fishes and rainforest exhibits, refers to jellies as living  lava lamps. Many exhibits around the country show jellies as living art.  Visitors see them as majestic and mesmerizing. When visiting our new Jellies Invasion exhibit, one local reporter referred to them as being "other-wordly." jellyfish1_1414867c There seems be a new form of jellies artwork...a 600 ft crop circle in a jelly pattern that recently appeared in a barley field in UK! It's gaining a lot of media and tourist attention as one of the most intriguing crop circles ever seen in Britain. Click here to read more about this amazing form of art. Have you seen any cool jellies artwork?
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