Category Archives: JELLYFISH

Once upon a time our ocean was more than just a dumping ground for plastic

Hear the cries of the many The great tragedy The oceans are dying Cetaceans now be Certain of stresses Coming their way From the plastic And the rubbish And human dismay The realisation Undeniably Where the great expanse Was as … Continue reading

Jellies

From tiny polyps they emerge Into the ocean blue Beautiful graceful beings Medusozoa good and true Only one per cent survive Their strobilation stage Gelatinous medusa Bioluminescence All the rage Energy accumulates From chemical reactions they Ward off or evade … Continue reading

HElp us he asked And we helped him alright !

A whale approaches the shoreline Indicating he Is sick and needs some help And they shoot him Thus his plea Fell on their deaf ears of course They would rather see him dead And when they then cut into him … Continue reading

Irukandji

A tiny little critter As Venomous as can be Found off Cairns and on the gold coast A predator who can see Its all within its tentacles And it has its guarantee Of the vilest pain there ever was And … Continue reading