Blue blubber jelly
Blue blubber jellies come in many colours, including brown, maroon, cyan and white. They are very energetic swimmers, so they require lots of food to keep them going. Unlike many other jellies with long tentacles around their bells, blue blubbers have thousands of tiny mouths on their eight arms that help them catch and eat food. Blue blubber jellies can grow to between 30 and 45 cm in diameter. They are commonly found in river systems along our east coast but also live happily in our warmer coastal waters. Blue blubber jellies and other closely related "blubber jellies" are popular ingredients in many Eastern dishes, because of their smooth texture.