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Yes, the Jellyfish is a plankton, and it lacks brains. They don’t have a nervous system, and obviously, there are no brain signals. However, there are other ways they use to send the signals. They have touch receptors that are placed on the tentacles and near the mouth.
This is a print of an octopus I did in colored pencil on birch plywood. I love using bright colors in my artwork. The original piece is 12"x12" and the inner square is 6"x6". I currently have 3 pieces that feature underwater creatures all with a vibrant palette using Prismacolor pencils. The prints are available in a variety of sizes.