New findings on jellyfish revealed

The research revealed free-ranging barrel-jellyfish have the ability to detect the direction of ocean currents and to swim strongly against them

New research by two academics at the UK’s University of Swansea revealed jellyfish are not as lifeless as they seem and can actually “actively swim” against strong ocean currents.

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