The jellyfish belongs to the phylum Cnidaria and is considered a living fossil, uses its bell-shaped, gelatinous form to propel itself through water. Unfortunately, only very few fossils of these prehistoric animals have been found. Most likely the first jellyfish came into existence earlier than 600 million years ago. Their size ranges from a few centimeters to almost two meters in diameter.
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