Nomad Jellyfish Colonize Mediterranean


SUEZ CANAL – For marine scientists, the stinging jellyfish that have colonized Mediterranean shorelines, ushering bathers from tepid vacation waters and clogging cooling plants in Israel, are more than a passing nuisance. Their arrival, sometimes in swarms up to 110 miles long, sounds an alarm. The nomad jellyfish – Rhopilema nomadica – are the frontrunners in […] Continue Reading »