Climate Change Means Jellyfish and More Jellyfish

Thursday, September 26, 2013

The Black Sea Nettle (Monterey Bay Aquarium/Randy Wilder)

Lisa-ann Gershwin, jellyfish expert and author of Stung!, explains how warming and turbid water, lack of predators and competitors, low oxygen, and more acidic water are the conditions leading to an alarming and increasing rate of jellyfish in the oceans.


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Comments [1]

John A

Why would a creature be so unbelievably toxic? Why would one nation have more weapons that the entire remaining world? To send a "don't mess with us ever" message, however evolved that method may or may not be.

Sep. 26 2013 01:59 PM

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