As comb jellies move through the water, their eight rows of cilia defract the light and produce a beautiful, shimmering effect.
You can see two species—the lobed comb jelly and the sea gooseberry—on display together in our Open Sea exhibit.
In fact, humans kill millions of sharks each year, both on purpose and as by-catch from fishing operations.
One of the most commonly sighted shark species at The Frying Pan Tower is the Sand Tiger Shark, also known as the Grey Nurse Shark.
Watch our sea nettles as their long tentacles and lacey mouth-arms move smoothly through the water.