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(Mostly) Wordless Wednesday: “Is there really a Darth Vader jellyfish?”

(Photo: Census of Marine Life, via National Geographic)

Yes.

(Photo: Census of Marine Life, via National Geographic)

(Photo: Census of Marine Life, via National Geographic)

Meet Bathykoris bouilloni, aka the Darth Vader jellyfish, an acorn-sized jellyfish who spends his days swimming around the Arctic Ocean with hundreds of his besties.

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3 Responses to “(Mostly) Wordless Wednesday: “Is there really a Darth Vader jellyfish?””

    • Shala Howell

      This is my daughter’s favorite jelly fish at the moment. Her main complaint about the latest Star Wars movie was that there was no hint of what she calls the real Darth Vader in it (she doesn’t like his creepy Anakin Skywalker form).

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      • rayworth1973

        They just show that wretched ruined helmet. I don’t think they WILL show the real Darth Vader anymore. He dun gawn and that’s pretty much it now. Oh well…

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