200 jellyfish babies in the tank of a left alone jellyfish has really surprised many but more than surprise.
The incident happened at the World's largest living coral reef aquarium. The staff of Townsville, Queensland's Reef HQ placed a jellyfish alone in a tank few months back, but they stood astonished to see that the lone jellyfish has now more than 200 babies in the tank.
The incident has led the entire staff at the aquarium to wonder how such a big number of jellyfish babies came in the tank.
"Jellyfish clone very easily. When some jellyfish are cut in half, you get two jellyfish", said Reef HQ Aquarist Mr. Krystal Huff.