Fern&Felt - underwater love
Despite appearances, the man-of-war is not a jellyfish. Strictly speaking, it's not even an "it" but a "they". Men-of-war are siphonophores: animals made up from multiple organisms rolled into one. In this case, four individual polyps – one forming the buoyant gas-filled head, one that catches small fish and shrimp with whip-like tendrils, and two others that handle the messy business of digestion and reproduction – come together as a single creature.
White Jellyfish Against Black by Lynn Langmade
Fine Art America