Behind that lone, tranquilly drifting jellyfish costume is a monstrous predator. There is an unstoppable jellyfish invasion in the horizon, and even now, they are changing ecosystems, stinging thousands of people, killing every other organism in the seas, and causing millions of dollars’ worth of damage.
Jellyfish swarms devastated the salmon population In Ireland with their toxins, where 120,000 fish were reduced to floating mass overnight. They clogged a nuclear power plant in the Philippines, plunging 40 million people into darkness and brought on the fall of the human population by slaying thousands innocent souls each year, earning themselves a nickname—the gelatinous assassins.
The “jellyfish stable state” phenomenon is approaching, and jellyfish will rule the oceans. This matter is not to be taken lightly, and immediate action should be taken against these bulbous organisms. Otherwise, the only thing we will be eating in for seafood might be jellyfish.