STRANGE BEAUTY IN THE DEEP
Smaller aquarium tanks at the Georgia Aquarium
hold more delicate sea life,
some quite strange and other worldly,
some beautiful and quite deadly . . .
like the floating symmetry of jelly fish,
the anchored arms of sea anemones,
and the remarkable herds of sea horses.
Some of the jelly fish tentacles can reach
25-feet in length, with stinging deadly tips.
Same for the sea anemones,
which can paralyze their prey and draw them in.
The sea horse is indeed a fish,
and holds tight with its curling tail.