Moon jellyfish rescue near the sirens carved in the rock, Los Baños de la Reina

The waves of the sea threw these beautiful transparent jellyfish of pinkish tones into the sand. Its scientific name is: Aurelia aurita, a common species in the waters of the Mediterranean.

Sirens carved in the rock of Los Baños de la Reina, the Queen Baths

Before the sun and strong wind dry them, we rescued the moon jellyfish, carefully collecting them with the top of a plastic carafe, now turned into an improvised aquarium. Two of them were already dead.


Then we let them recharge in the seawater, while we take pictures and record some video.

We watched them during the day with our son and at dusk we returned them to the sea alive. Authentic documentary in the style of National Geographic, but more alive, beyond the screens.

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