Swarms of tiny gelatinous blobs on U.S. beaches could help the fight against climate change

July 24, 2015 by  
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The East Coast of the United States has been getting some strange new visitors on its beaches. Originally thought to be a weird new variety of jellyfish, the tiny, clear blobs have a closer relationship to humans than to jellyfish. The gelatinous lumps appearing along the coast of New England have been identified as salps—small, blobby creatures that may play a protective role in climate change. Read the rest of Swarms of tiny gelatinous blobs on U.S. beaches could help the fight against climate change

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