Though sea jellies inhabit every ocean on the earth, in recent years their populations have soared in certain spots, most likely because of climate change. Two areas most recently and significantly afflicted with sea jelly “blooms” are the Gulf of Mexico (Atlantic) and waters off the coast of Japan (Pacific Ocean). Because of the different sizes of the ocean, the ubiquitous nature of the sea jelly, and the seasonal surges in population, it is impossible to answer with certainty which ocean is host to the most.
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