’Danger in the Seas’, ’Nets Against Deadly Jellyfish’, ’Five Times More Jellyfish than in the Past’ – the headlines of recent months paint a worrying picture. Jellyfish, it is suggested, are dangerous monsters that are spreading rapidly and have become a real threat to humans.
But is that really the case? And if so, what has led to the rise of these slimy creatures? What secrets are these skilled survivalists of the seas hiding? The documentary ’Invasion of the Jellyfish goes in search of scientific answers and dives into the fascinating world of jellyfish.
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