The world is starting to see a significant change in the ocean. Temperatures are rising, the ocean is becoming more acidic and many fish are finding that their habitats are out of balance. One thing that has already been noted is that jellyfish or seajellies are being seen in much greater numbers.
A seajelly is an amazing and ancient animal that is almost all made up of water surrounded by a thin skin. Their body is shaped like a bell. They have stinging cells to catch food and discourage predators. However they don't have a brain or a mouth or many of the things most other animals have.
They are also very beautiful in their own way, as are their cousins, the corals and sea anemones.
You can hang your seajelly or mount on a skewer or even turn it upside down as you might find it if it had washed up on the beach. (Some jellies even lie upside down on the sea bottom to feed)