Alternatives to Steampunk
Purple-Striped Jelly (Chrysaora colorata)
Also known as the purple-striped sea nettle or the mauve stinger, the purple-striped jelly is a species of pelagiid jellyfish that is endemic to waters off the coasts of California. Like other jellyfish C. colorata is pelagic and will feed on a variety of invertebrates that are dispatched via its stinging nematocysts. Occasionally young crabs of the genus Cancer will make their homes in the jellyfish and will eat parasites that attempt to feed on the jelly.
My mom told me to get my PVC figures because she wants an anime tree this year, so I got my Evangelion and Madoka and Steins Gate and Fate and Monogatari ones!!! (although she’s only familiar with the first three…) She was very excited to put Homura on.
She told my dad it was really funny because Kyubey wants to destroy just about everybody on this tree.
Truly, a Christmas miracle.