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“By-The-Wind Sailor Jellyfish”.  One can see the tiniest bow wave and a following small wash as this little guy manages to harness only the smallest zephyr of a breeze and ‘sails’ across the current pushing aside plankton size specks of marine algae bloom. Interesting thing here is they cannot jibe but are born as left hand or right hand sailors. I’ll call this one a left hand Sailor because it is ‘sailing’ on a port tack in a northerly wind and would had gone seawards, prospered and reproduced a another generation of left hand and right hand sailors. A right hand Sailor would have sailed on a starboard tack and washed ashore and died. Is not Mother Nature wonderful?

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By the Wind Sailor 001 B
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By the Wind Sailor 001 C
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By the Wind sailor 001 D
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By the Wind Sailor 001 E
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By the Wind Sailor 001 F
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By the Wind sailor 001 G
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By the Wind sailor 001 H
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By the Wind sailor 001 I
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