Mira Davida
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What Do Jellyfish Eat? Jelly fish are beautiful creatures. There is 90% of water in their bodies but still they flow along with the flow of water. These creatures eat meat and mate constantly. Jelly fish have certain things which they have in common with other animals.

Lion's Mane Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) – the largest known species of jellyfish. The largest recorded specimen found, washed up on the shore of Massachusetts Bay in had a bell (body) with a diameter of 7 feet 6 inches m) and tentacles 120 feet long

Cascade  Designed by Sergio Redegalli  this sculpture has 500 precision cut pieces of 6mm clear glass glued to the shape of a cascading wave.    Adelaide Botanic Garden

Cascade," Designed by Sergio Redegalli. This sculpture has 500 precision cut pieces of clear glass glued to the shape of a cascading wave. It is located in the Adelaide Botanical Garden in Australia.

Virtual Angel by Herman Lamers. The figure you see inside the stack of glass sheets is actually hollow. So what you are looking at isn't there...

Virtual Angel by Herman Lamers. The figure you see inside the stack of glass sheets is actually hollow.

TRIBUTE TO NATURE,kiln cast,cut and polished uranium glass. 2016

TRIBUTE TO NATURE,kiln cast,cut and polished uranium glass. 2016

Metalco Corten Style ‪seats‬ and ‪loungers‬ by ‪aureldesignurbain‬ Valero Square, Jerusalem‬, Israel Project by ‪#‎HQArchitects‬

Metalco Corten Style ‪seats‬ and ‪loungers‬ by ‪aureldesignurbain‬ Valero Square, Jerusalem‬, Israel Project by ‪

Sonic Light Bubble is a living, breathing interactive installation that responds with light and sound when approached and touched. This giant synthetic “organism” attempts to humanize lighting-based public art and attracts passers by to engage and interact with it. This is a six meter diameter, clear, inflatable structure, dotted with an array of addressable LED disks shining inside and out.

Sonic Light Bubble is a living, breathing interactive installation that responds with light and sound when approached and touched. This giant synthetic “organism” attempts to humanize lighting-based public art and attracts passers by to engage and interac