The beat of the sea

After the great storm, Magellan found the calm in the depths of the ocean. A place full of light, color and movement, where the jellyfish moving to the beat of the heart.

The Aquarium of Seville presents the most intimate jellyfish exhibition of recent years. An opportunity to immerse yourself in the depths of the ocean and to contemplate very closely the most enigmatic animals of nature.
"A place full of light, color and movement, where the jellyfish moving to the beat of the heart".
Visitors can see more than ten species of jellyfish in the Aquarium. In addition, they can learn the secrets and characteristics of these curious animals formed by 95% water, through educational posters.

The exhibition hosts species from all the seas of the world, from the best known like Aurelia aurita (common jellyfish) to the most exotic such as the Cassiopeia xamachana (inverted jellyfish). More than fifteen tanks that will allow us to observe these hypnotic jellyfish with great detail.
Phyllorhiza punctata. Australian spotted jellyfish

The bell of this great jellyfish can reach 50 centimeters in diameter.

Cotylorhiza tuberculata. Fried egg jellyfish

Also called fried egg jellyfish because of its appearance.

Aurelia aurita.
Moon Jellyfish

The nickname of this jellyfish is the umbrella or four-eyed jellyfish, it is a transparent organism and her shape is like a plate.

Rhizostoma pulmo. Barrel jellyfish

It has a white bell-shaped umbrela up to 100 centimeters in diameter.

Catostylus mosaicus. Blue blubber jellyfish

This jellyfish is one´s of the humans can eat.

Cassiopeia xamachana. Upside-down Jellyfish

This jellyfish gets its name from its curious shape, because it lives with the umbrella down and with the tentacles oriented up.

Chrysaora fuscescens. Pacific sea nettle

They have a distinctive brown-gold bell with a red tint.

Chrysaora pacífica. Japanese sea nettle

The elegance of its swimming, and the stylized shape of its tentacles make it an impressive animal.