Hallo meine Lieben :) ich fühle mich irgendwie merkwürdig, morgen wieder in Deutschland zu sein... Die Zeit ist wirklich verflogen und ich bin sehr dankbar dass ich diese Erfahrung sammeln durfte! Ich denke, dass ich besonders meine Mitbewohner und die ganzen gemeinsamen Abende vermissen werde... die größte Umstellung wird vermutlich sein, dass ich die Menschen um mich herum wieder verstehe 😅 @mrdery thank you for always hugging me and giving me love 😚 ich hoffe, ihr habt auch das Glück so gute Freunde zu haben 😚 #friendshipgoals#happy#hopetoseeyouagain
Can you see her happiness? It was a gift for her from the universe. I am just a little carrier. Her priceless smile is nothing in front of it. Money can buy a gift but money can’t buy happiness it comes from the soul. She is not the first one whom I have gifted , I have gifted many unknown who wins my heart by many different reasons. True happiness comes when you make other happy, this feeling is incredible. And I am very proud of my selection. After meeting her I get to know my intuition about her was 💯 % correct. She is a gem personality. May GOD Bless her! Lots of love from @thepointindia .
These alien-looking creatures are named for their translucent, moonlike circular bells. Instead of long, trailing tentacles, moon jellies have a short, fine fringe (cilia) that sweeps food toward the mucous layer on the edges of the bells. Prey is stored in pouches until the oral arms pick it up and begin to digest it.
The coloration of a moon jelly often changes depending on its diet. If the jelly feeds extensively on crustaceans, it turns pink or lavender. An orange tint hints that a jelly's been feeding on brine shrimp.
Scientists have studied the life cycle of this jelly extensively. They know the adult male moon jelly releases strands of sperm, which are ingested by female moon jellies. After fertilization, larvae settle on or near the seafloor and grow into polyps. Polyps alternate between feeding and reproductive stages for up to 25 years. In the reproductive phase, polyps launch buds of cloned juveniles, known as ephyrae, which grow into adult medusae.
Found worldwide in temperate and tropical waters, moon jellies feed in quiet bays and harbors. Although moon jellies have a sting, they pose little threat to humans.
Happy Birthday @yjayogeorge! You turn the great 40 today. Knowing you has been a blessing. I love your care, selflessness, dedication and hard work. You are a rem gem and with a heart of gold. I pray you continue to receive more blessings and favor as you proceed with your life’s journey! You are indeed an amazing lady! Love you much 😘😘