I’ve noticed something this summer: There’s never just a single jellyfish on the beach. Either you see none, or you see a whole bunch. The obvious conclusion to be drawn from this is that jellyfish travel in gangs.
It makes sense, if you think about it. The ocean is a big place, and it would be easy to feel lost and lonely if you weren’t a part of something bigger than yourself. Regular fish can be a bit cliquish, what with their elitist « schools » and such. Maybe jellyfish just want to feel like they belong to something.
And maybe you do, too. But before you go and sign up to join a jellyfish gang, there are some things you should know.
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