The jellies featured on this Jelly Cam are spotted jellyfish. They live in the Indo-Pacific Ocean and their brownish hue comes from algae living in their tissues.
Spend some time exploring our many jelly habitats, and then visit the other 50,000 aquatic creatures that call the Aquarium home.
A jelly is an invertebrate made up mostly of water, and has no heart, brain or bones. It is made up of 96 percent water, 3 percent protein and 1 percent minerals.
Drifting plastic bags look so much like jellyfishes that sea turtles mistake them for food. Help keep plastic bags out of the ocean by participating in the Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.