The global jellyfish population is soaring, and it’s bad news for just about everyone
Warning, beach bums and fishermen: Jellyfish populations the world over are exploding, according to five University of British Columbia scientists in a report published this month in the journal Hydrobiologia. More jellyfish are coming and that’s cause for alarm.
Nice to watch at a distance, perhaps, but the undulating, translucent creatures are notorious for their stings, which can be lethal. Countless ocean-side holidays have been ruined thanks to unwelcome encounters with nettlesome jellyfish clusters, or blooms