A very interesting article on how jellyfish might not be taking over the world, even if the idea did:
When is a jellyfish plague not (necessarily) a jellyfish plague? When time-poor scientists selectively cite the literature to make it look like the oceans are flooded with jellies – even when it’s far from clear that they really are.
What does scientists being in a rush have to do with jellyfish populations? Let’s start from the beginning. [Full article at:: The Conversation]