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montereybayaquarium: Jelly donut anyone? These “dinner plate” jellies usually live in the deep sea, but were recently spotted closer to the surface around Monterey Bay.  Local diver Dave Smith captured this video of one snacking on doliolids (the gelatinous things floating around in the water and also in the jelly’s pink gut tissue). Just in time for National Donut Day! Happy National Dessert Day! Here’s a low-cal jelly donut option.
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