This is a question that has been asked for many years. For the most part, jellyfish are not considered to be consumers because they don’t have the ability to purchase anything. However, in recent times, some experts are beginning to think that they may be consumers. Jellyfish are able to consume organisms by absorbing their nutrients through their skin.
In order to survive, they need a lot of food and water and use energy from the sun in order to produce energy for themselves through photosynthesis. Jellyfish also have an immune system that helps them fight off infection and disease when needed. While jellyfish are not considered consumers, it is still important for humans to protect them from damage as they can cause harm if left unchecked.