A Bloom of Moons:
Moon jellyfish are the most common type of jellyfish in UK waters, they are 95% water and have no brain, blood or heart!
Find out more about the moon jelly and other jellyfish you might see around Wembury by clicking on the pictures below.
It's easy to see where the compass jellyfish got its name – its brown markings look just like a compass! They may look beautiful –…
This species can pack a powerful sting, so be sure not to get too close!
Often confused with the larger but similarly shaped lion’s mane jellyfish, the blue jellyfish can be colourless when young and develop a…
The moon jelly is the most common jellyfish in UK seas, often washing up on our beaches. No need to worry though - it doesn't sting…