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Jelly blubbers, a kind of jellyfish, have returned to a river in Songkhla province in southern Thailand after disappearing for more than three years. Aerial photos reveal jelly blubbers (Catostylus mosaicus) in their masses floating in the Khlong Bang Rieng River in Bang Riang subdistrict, Khuan Niang district, which locals say is a rare natural … …

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Blue blubber jellies are one of the easiest species to keep in the aquarium, not least because they photosynthesize indirectly via symbuonts. It's well known that aggregations of this well understood marine species, tolerate reduced salinities of estuaries. They are not found in freshwater environments, only the estuary.

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