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American Museum of Natural History Photo 2018-03-18 00:28

Occasional masses of jellies happen normally, but the world’s oceans seem to be experiencing more—and more severe—blooms, as the masses are called. Experts think overfishing may be one cause: many fishes and jellies compete for the same zooplankton prey. When the fishes are gone the jellies thrive. Learn more about how “jelly detectives” are tracking these critters through the depths in our new exhibition, Unseen Oceans!
Photo: Max Pixel