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How can the endangerment of jellyfish be stopped?

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This is another Quoggle (a Quora question that rather boggles my mind). . . . Off the top of my head, I can't think of any jellyfish that are known to be endangered at all. read more

The tiny jellyfish budded off by this endangered Millepora striata from Belize, and the related form Millepora tuberosa, would be the only endangered jellyfish. They look something like this, according to Hickson’s 1899 paper—the balls inside are egg cells. read more

Stop over fishing! While predators of the jellyfish are rare, they are not limited to the bearded goby. Over 120 species of fish and over 30 other kinds of animal feed at least occasionally on jellyfish. The heaviest fish, the ocean sunfish, and the largest marine turtle, the critically endangered leather back, are jellyfish specialists. read more

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