Jellyfish Thrive on Pollution and Climate Change. Now They’re Taking Over

Read the full story at Futurism.

Jellyfish have been around for a half billion years. Now, pollution and climate change are allowing them to take over and choke the oceans.

That’s according to Juli Berwald, the author of “Spineless: The Science of Jellyfish and the Art of Growing a Backbone,” according to a new interview with the Australian Broadcasting Corporation — a dire warning about how human activity has upset the natural ecosystem.

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