Jellyfish Evolution

Piero macgowan jellyfish rising

Here's an image I've been dabbing at for a bit in my precious spare time. I have a sort of fascination with jellyfish, not just visually, but scientifically and environmentally. As our oceans become more acidic, jellyfish are becoming one of the fastest growing species (in numbers), not just because of their ability to adapt, but also because of the lack of predators and the increasingly unbalanced ocean ecosystem. Who knows what evolution might bring hundreds - or thousands - of years into the future!