According to the BBC, coral normally feed on microscopic like plankton, typically only 0.2mm to 0.4mm in size--certainly not entire jellyfish. But that's exactly what's happening here, as you can see. The coral is just ingesting the entire thing, cartoonishly slurping it down.
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weird nature stuff. Above, observe--for the first time in recorded history--coral chowing down on a jellyfish.
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