How do jellyfish evaporate?

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  • 1 decade ago
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    You are about 70% water. And the remainder of yourself if sold on the chemical market would add up to a whopping $2.50 of assorted compounds and elements.

    Well a Jelly fish is about 95% water. But they don't evaporate, they just shrivel up to a filmy nothingness which eventually returns to a light powdery dust.

    They appear to evaporate because there just isn't a whole heckuva lot to them. No bones, no cartilage, a primitive organism, not unlike those who live in Yorkshire...

  • 1 decade ago

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