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Jellyfish invasion in southern U.S.
Elizabeth Cunningham Perkins
Lately, swimmers and hikers on southern U.S. beaches have noticed many shimmering, translucent globs -- an annoying dead jellyfish plague, caused by humans catching too many fish and shrinking the jellies' food supply, a recent study suggested.
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