Future of the Environment

Jellyfish are taking over the world – and climate change could be to blame

Jellyfish: a mesmerizing menace Image: Sharon Ang Pixabay CC0

Sean Fleming

Senior Writer, Formative Content

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 Lion’s Mane Jellyfish: not to be tangled with
Lion’s Mane Jellyfish: not to be tangled with Image: Tony Hisgett/CC2.0 via Wikimedia Commons
 The strangely ethereal, oddly named warty comb jellyfish
The strangely ethereal, oddly named warty comb jellyfish Image: Vidar A, Gozo/CC2.0
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