Alarm Jellyfish; Atolla wyvillei
If you’re about to get eaten by something, your first reaction is to try and get a bigger something to eat the something that wants to eat you, right? No? It wasn’t mine either, but for this awesome jellyfish that is exactly what it does when disturbed. The biolumnescent alarm jellyfish puts on a fascinating light show when disturbed, in an attempt to attract the attention of a larger fish to eat its predator.
You can see a view of the alarm bioluminescence here.
Image credit: michaelaw.com, gakuranman.com
Here’s a breakdown of the new iPhone 5’s camera!
- Similar to the iPhone 4S w/ 8MP, five-element f/2.4 lens
- Hybrid infrared filter for better color
- New A6 processor for noise-reduction, better speed
- Sapphire crystal cover to prevent scratching
- Better front-face camera for 720p video
New stuff you can do:
- Panorama mode to capture a single stitched 28MP photo
- Share photos with friends means you can share photos in your camera roll with others
- Dynamic low light mode for better low-light photos
- Shoot photos while recording video
Photos via Gizmodo