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The purple-striped jelly is a stunner, in more ways than one....

The purple-striped jelly is a stunner, in more ways than one. But not all sea life is sensitive to its sting—mola molas have been seen eating these jellies in the bay! Thank you to staffer Jim Perdue for the photo!
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