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Do jellyfish sting or attack other jellyfish?
Question Date: 2007-10-22
Answer 1:

Yes, jellyfish do sting other jellyfish. Some jellyfish are known to be cannibalistic, meaning they eat other jellyfish. They can be very aggressive and actually attack jellyfish that are twice their size.

See this cool article from the BBC with pictures of these jellies:


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