Chocolate-Covered Jellyfish, a Recipe to Reduce Their Soaring Population

A common problem across the Mediterranean, Japan and Sweden, soaring jellyfish populations are wreaking havoc on local businesses and infrastructure—from clogging up pipes at a power plant to making swimming impossible to overwhelming the fishing industry. Among the many ideas to mitigate the problem, a company called GoJelly is proposing several options: “an array of jellyfish-based products, including water filters, fish feed, face cream, fertilizers and food.” Whether eating chocolate-covered jellyfish or using skincare products made from their “drool,” we could be looking at these creatures in a very different way soon. Read more at PopSci.