The density of the jellyfish population in the Israeli region have already disrupted a power station in southern Israel and there are concerns existing over the swarms affect on local marine life.
According to a report from Walla, the swarm is moving swiftly north and may consist of tens of millions of jellyfish.
"Jellyfish have been around for a very long time. But only recently have their numbers started to grow,” says Dr. Dror Angel, a marine ecologist who does research and teaches at the University of Hai
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