Ocean Echoes is about a marine biologist who gives up on love to study jellyfish at a Cape Cod research facility.
Here are a few jellyfish details to celebrate the giveaway:
Jellyfish have roamed the world’s oceans for at least 500 million years. They were here before dinosaurs and long before humans.
More people are killed or injured each year by jellyfish than by sharks.
Jellyfish are 95 percent water and they live without a heart or a brain.
A group of jellyfish can be called a swarm or a smack.
Jellyfish can sting when they’re no longer alive. In 2010, about 150 swimmers at a park in New Hampshire were stung by the 40-pound carcass of a lion’s mane jellyfish.
The giveaway ends March 8 – here’s another chance to enter (U.S. only for this one because I’m too cheap to pay for extreme postage these days).
What do you think of jellyfish? Do you think they’re beautiful, scary, or otherworldly?