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A test group of around 250 young jellyfish were fed creamy peanut butter, free of corn syrup or preservatives. They ate the peanut butter twice a day for five weeks. The first notable observation was that the jellies turned a bit brown after imbibing. The aquarists say the growth of the jellyfish seemed to be on par with those fed more standard diets.
The results appear in a paper in the January issue of the offbeat Drum and Croaker journal for aquarium professionals, with the engaging title of "The creation of the world's first peanut butter and jellyfish." The aquarists write, "We herein report on what we believe to be the first known unholy amalgamation of America's favorite lunchtime treat and live cnidarians."