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Posted on Jun 23, 2015

The Guardian

A scientific feud may have put jellyfish-lamb meat on dinner plates in France
Washington Post
On Tuesday, the French newspaper Le Parisien reported that a genetically modified lamb -- one spliced with jellyfish genes -- had accidentally been sold and (presumably) consumed as food-grade meat. This is a big whoops moment, obviously, though ...
Lamb with jellyfish gene 'may have been deliberately sent to abattoir'The Guardian
How did a GM lamb-jellyfish accidentally end up on someone's plate in France?Irish Examiner
Investigation opened in France after lamb genetically modified with jellyfish ...The Independent
ABC News -Albany Times Union
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Posted on Jun 23, 2015

Live Science

Jersey Shore Situation: Man-of-War 'Jellyfish' Pays a Visit
Live Science
While there's always a chance the man-of-war came to Jersey just to get a slice of pizza, it's more likely the deadly jellyfish creature traveled there by accident, in the Gulf Stream, a powerful current of water that moves northward along the East ...
Dangerous jellyfish, including man-of-war, off New JerseyChron.com
PHOTO: 'Very Dangerous' Man-O-War Washes Up on Jersey Shore | The ...The Weather Channel

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Posted on Jun 18, 2015

Live Science

In Photos: Moon Jellyfish Can Rearrange Limbs
Live Science
Delicate saucer-shaped blobs that pulsate their way through the seas, moon jellyfish have a clever trick up their "sleeves," as scientists have found the jellies can self-repair after losing a limb or two. But rather than growing back the injured or ...
Self-Repairing System In Moon Jellyfish Helps Them Regain SymmetryTech Times
Jellyfish Rearrange Limbs After InjuryDiscovery News
Moon jellyfish stun scientists by rearranging their entire bodies in this ...National Monitor
Geek -SFGate
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Posted on Jun 18, 2015

Tech Times

Authorities May Close Devon Beaches Following Unprecedented Jellyfish Invasion
Tech Times
Almost everything jellyfish need—precise water temperature, abundant food supply and forces of wind currents—is present in these beaches. The number of jellyfish is continuously increasing, said Dr. Keith Hiscock, a marine life specialist and ...
Giant jellyfish invade Britain's beaches and they look more like space creaturesMirror.co.uk

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Posted on Jun 17, 2015

Washington Post

Scientists discover the amazing self-repairing technique behind jellyfish symmetry
Washington Post
Some animals that lose a limb simply regenerate a new one. That's not what moon jellyfish do when they lose an arm or two. Nope. They work with what they've got. These translucent creatures actually reorganize their remaining arms to regain their lost ...
The Surprising Way Jellyfish Put Themselves Back TogetherNational Geographic
Moon Jellyfish Shock Scientists With This TrickNewser
A Jellyfish That Quickly Puts Itself Back TogetherNew York Times
Science /AAAS -EurekAlert (press release) -Sci-News.com
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Posted on Jun 17, 2015

Tech Times

Alien Beach: Thousands Of Jellyfish Wash Up On Beach In Wales
Tech Times
Thousands of barrel jellyfish have been spotted on Cefn Sidan beach in Carmarthenshire, UK over the weekend. The local council believes that sea creatures could have been drawn to the area by the warm seawater temperatures, which is suitable for the ...
Several Hundreds of Dustbin Lid-Shaped Jellyfish Washed up on Beaches ...PerfScience

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Posted on Jun 11, 2015

Dinosaurs, shorebirds, bilbies and jellyfish on the Broome Coast
Science Network Western Australia
The purpose of Science on the Broome Coast is to showcase the findings from scientific research on Roebuck Bay and the Kimberley coast, to encourage community and tourist involvement in local projects that improve coastal management and protection.

Posted on Jun 4, 2015

Tech Times

Jellyfish In The Sky Or UFO? 'Jellyfish' UFO Spotted In Netherlands
Tech Times
People who claim to have seen a UFO often see objects that are shaped like a saucer, sphere, egg, cigar, triangle and boomerang but while jellyfish-shaped UFOs are not commonly seen, Perton isn't the first person to capture one of them on camera.

Posted on Jun 3, 2015

Science World Report

Public Release: 2-Jun-2015 How a box jellyfish catches fish
EurekAlert (press release)
The first feeding study of tropical Australia's Irukandji box jellyfish has found that they actively fish. They attract larval fish by twitching their extended tentacles, highlighting their nematocyst clusters (stinging structures) and using them as ...
How the Box Jellyfish Actively Hunts for Prey with Deadly Tentacles (VIDEO)Science World Report

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Posted on Jun 3, 2015

Mirror.co.uk

Photographer snaps strange 'jellyfish' UFO in the sky - could it be visitors ...
Mirror.co.uk
At first Harry Perton didn't realise he'd captured the mysterious object - which is named after a jellyfish because of its distinctive shape. "I was taking photos and suddenly something flashed," Perton said. "I decided it must have been a strike of ...
Stunning 'Jellyfish' UFO Caught On Camera By Dutch PhotographerHuffington Post UK

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