News Feature | September 15, 2019

Rise Of The Jellyfish

Source: KLa Systems
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After roaming the oceans for more than a half billion years, jellyfish may finally be poised to overtake Earth’s largest bodies of water.

A combination of pollution and warming is fostering a perfect environment for the alien-looking creatures to rule the seas. From terrorizing beachgoers to clogging the cooling systems of nuclear plants, the growth in these slimy organisms is increasingly wreaking havoc in the lives of humans.

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