Are giant jellyfish moving north?



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    As global ocean temperatures grow warmer, many jellyfish species are pushing their range northward. Among these is the giant Nomura jellyfish, which can reach up to six feet wide and weigh as much as 450 pounds. These creatures pose a serious threat to fishing businesses around the world, as they can damage a day’s catch and make fishing much more difficult. This is just one of the multitude of ways in which global warming will hurt local economies worldwide.

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