Angel Fitor - The day the sun met the moon


Following the rhythms of the sun, a moon jelly, Aurelia aurita, uses its solar compass to perform a daily vertical migration. After spending the night driftling near the surface feeding on plankton, the sun light triggers her migration to the depths.

Tags: Angel Fitor, jellyfish, sunrise, underwater

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