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Jellyfish Researcher Explains How and Why Jellyfish Swarms Form

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Photo of a jellyfish swarm.

Jell Hell. In the Gulf of Mexico's densest jelly swarms, there are more jellyfish than there is water. More than 100 jellies may jam each cubic meter of water.

Credit: Dauphin Island Sea Lab


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Taking the sting out of science. Jelly researcher Monty Graham of the Dauphin Island Sea Lab.

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Photo of a jelly swarm.

The long tentacles of environmental change. An aerial view of a jelly swarm in the Gulf of Mexico.

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