This week, at Mariam Albatool School, we continued working on a project about Jellyfish. Hence I am posting the same information I posted before. below are some new photos of the project.Jellyfish puled long ocean currents for millions of years, well before dinosaurs did on Earth. These jelly-like creatures are abundant in both cold and warm ocean waters, in deep water, and along coastlines. Despite the name ‘fish’, they aren’t actually fish—they’re invertebrates or animals with no backbones.We would like to thank Ms Sharon Balzan, Ms Antonella Vassallo, and Ms Denise Micallef for their meticulous planning, implementation and evaluation of the project. Very well done.