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Experts: Jellyfish Taking Over World’s Oceans

Jellyfish populations have boomed across the world in recent years, a phenomenon experts say is likely caused by warming water temperatures and overfishing of jellyfish predators and competitors for food sources. What do you think?

  • “Land is better anyway.”

    Llewellyn Worley
    Flatware Maker
  • “It was foolish of us to think we ever had a chance against the jellyfish.”

    Diana Webb
    Peanut Roaster
  • “I’ll take one if that’ll help.”

    Nick Vashiell
    Ice Crusher