Purple Moon Jellies are the most common jellyfish in the world. Moon Jellyfish surround themselves by the moon that allows many countries to have Bioluminescence Bays. The tentacles of the Moon Jellyfish allow it to capture prey. The tentacles have powerful toxins that immobilize the prey long enough for them to swallow it. A glow protein that has helped protect jellyfish for millions of years. They come with a commitment to always glow in the dark, allowing them to glow for many years to come.