Rare “peach blossom” freshwater jellyfish found in central China

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Hundreds of “peach blossom” jellyfish have been discovered in central China’s Henan province. The freshwater jellyfish is believed to have existed for more than 600 million years and is under China’s top level state protection. Researchers have found that the species is very sensitive to its environment and only inhabits clean waters.

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