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Stressed jellyfish study shows deep-sea mining dangers

Researchers have turned to jellyfish to shed light on the potential dangers of deep-sea mining in the pelagic zone

A helmet jellyfish similar to the species studied Credit: Alexander Semenov

A helmet jellyfish similar to the species studied Credit: Alexander Semenov

The study, published in Nature Communications, focused on the cosmopolitan deep-sea jellyfish Periphylla periphylla, revealing its intricate responses to simulated stressors. Researchers led by Marine...

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