Here’s the third of four posts featuring an amazing image from our forthcoming exhibition ‘Science Photographer of the Year’. An international competition organised by the Royal Photographic Society, this will be its first showing outside of London.
The exhibition brings together 47 incredible photographic images showing off the diversity of science in action all over the world.
We hope you enjoy this sneak peek of the exhibition which helps you explore related topics along with suggestions of things to do during the lockdown.
Upside down Jellyfish, Cassiopea xamachana. Photographer: Mary Anne Chilto
This species of jellyfish get their colour from the algae in their diet. More worryingly some jellyfish also eat plastic waste in the ocean.
More photography by Mary Anne Chilton
Cool ideas/tips for photographing underwater
Jellyfish fact file
Listen to NIWA Jellyfish expert Dennis Gordon
Or read these Jellyfish facts and handy identification guides
Get cutting and gluing with these Jellyfish craft activities
Check out this delicious Jellyfish Recipe (It’s not what you think)
Music and Relaxation
You may not have heard of this band:
Lockdown jellyfish relaxation:
And the rest of the moana