Jellyfish come in a vast array of colors and sizes. There are jellyfish which are purple, green, yellow, white, opaque, translucent and blue. The most popular blue jellyfish would have to be the blue bottle jellyfish which is also known as the portuguese man of war, which is not really a jellyfish at all. This blue beauty is carnivorous and feeds on smaller fish and other small marine critters. Another popular blue jellyfish to read about is the Blue Blubber Jellyfish.
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Yesterday I took a long walk along the beach. I was walking along a section of the beach that I had not been to before. The tides had washed a lot of things up on the sand. Blue creatures, sea onions and driftwood. I also saw the large white jellyfish that I had seen before and some fish bones in the sand.
Couldn't find any pictures on google of the plants I refer to as sea onions. Large quantities of plants that looked like they were just pulled from the garden, white bulbs on the end of long brown leafy stems.
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