Jellyfish slow Japanese nuke plant


TOKYO, Japan (Reuters) — A mass of
jellyfish forced a Japanese nuclear power plant to slow part of its
output this week after the slimy creatures blocked up the plant’s
seawater cooling system.

Japan’s fishing communities have been plagued by schools of giant
jellyfish in recent years, prompting local governments to seek new ways
to dispose of the problem.

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