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Jellyfish Invasion

Jellyfish Invasion

It has no bones, blood or brains, but the jellyfish has survived for more than 500 million years. Now, its numbers are exploding.

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Jellyfish Invasion: Jellyfish Invasion

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It has no bones, blood or brains, but the jellyfish has survived for more than 500 million years. Now, its numbers are exploding.

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JAY MILLER
JAY MILLER

can we not use them for fertilizer along with fist bio

kat be
kat be

Wow Linda you're so smart you should become a marine biologist. 

linda karr
linda karr

Hasn't anyone told the fisherman that the Nomura release their eggs and sperm when they are being attacked? They will need to collect the Nomura and remove them intact from the oceans.