Hydra VulgarisHydra vulgaris
• Hydra vulgaris has a MOVE of 1.
• Hydra vulgaris can regenerate, does not age, and is considered to be biologically immortal.
Graphic by Yukiko Fujiwarawww.cdb.riken.go.jp/en/05_development/0506_piccard05.html
Photo by Przemysław Malkowskiwww.akwarium.net.pl/port/
Hydra vulgaris is a small (12mm) freshwater hydroid. The hydra have 4 to 12 tentacles that protrude from just outside the mouth. They feed by extending their tentacles and waiting for food to touch the tentacles. They then bring the food to their mouth, ingest and digest the organism. Anything that cannot be digested is […] read more
Flower Hat JellyOlindias formosa
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• Olindias formosa has a MOVE of 2.
Olindias formosa has a sting that is painful but non-lethal to humans.
Graphic by Adam Smithrupted.deviantart.com/
The flower hat jelly (Olindias formosa) is a rare species of jellyfish occurring primarily in waters off Brazil, Argentina, and southern Japan. Characterized by lustrous tentacles that coil and adhere to its rim when not in use, the flower hat jelly’s bell is translucent and pinstriped with opaque bands, making it easily recognizable. The flower […] read more