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by Jamal Moss  July 7, 2013 

We caught a huge Cyanea capillata during a 75m deep midwater trawl today. It was exciting to encounter such a large specimen. These coldwater jellies can grow to be quite large. They are pelagic during most of their life and typically settle in shallow bays toward the end of their lifecycle.

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