World Jellyfish Day

World Jellyfish Day is observed on November 3 of every year. It is a special day to commemorate the invertebrate that has been on this earth for millions of years longer than humans.

How remarkable we are in our ability to hide things from ourselves – our conscious minds only a small portion of our actual minds, jellyfish floating on a vast dark sea of knowing and deciding.” – Andrew Sean Greer

History of World Jellyfish Day

The exact origin and the founder of World Jellyfish Day are not clear. But there is a rumor that it was created by the group of enthusiastic marine biologists or simply the members who merely respect the simplicity of these strange and yet beautiful creatures in the world. World Jellyfish Day typically comes within the spring period, as the spring season is the time when they began their migration to the shores of the northern hemisphere. There are nearly 350 different types of Jellyfish are in existence around the world. From that, Moon Jellyfish, Box Jellyfish, Flower Hat Jellyfish, Cannonball Jellyfish, Purple Striped Jellyfish, Blue Jellyfish, Diplulmaris Antarctica, Black Sea Nettle, Lion’s Mane Jellyfish, and White-Spotted Jellyfish are the most beautiful and popular jellyfishes existing around the world.

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Other Celebrations on November 3

November 3 is also celebrated as

How to Celebrate World Jellyfish Day

Celebrating the World Jellyfish Day is quite difficult, as we can’t jellyfish out to dinner. Just celebrate the day by travelling to the nearby beaches with the hope of catching a glimpse of one is all that it takes. You can learn more information about different types on Jellyfish by searching through the internet. Share your thoughts about World Jelly Fish Day on social media’s by using the hashtag #WorldJellyfishDay.

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