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Brilliantly Glowing Jellyfish Terrorize the Black and Caspian Seas [Video] | Observations, Scientific American Blog Network - The sticky jellies can sweep through ocean water like a vacuum hose, mopping up so much plankton that none remain for fish and other creatures to eat. It’s hard to imagine, but a small, brilliantly light-reflecting jelly, Mnemiopsis leidyi, which is common enough along the New England coast to catch with your own hands, has already scoured plankton from the Black Sea and is now on the loose in the Caspian Sea.
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