FILE - In this Friday, Dec. 17, 2010 file photo, moon jellyfish are pictured in an aquarium of the Oceanographic Museum of Monaco. It wasn't a tsunami but it had the same effect: A wave of jellyfish was huge enough to force one of the world's largest nuclear reactors to shut down a phenomenon that marine biologists say could become more common. Operators of the Oskarshamn nuclear plant in southeastern Sweden had to scramble reactor number three on Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013, after tons of jellyfish clogged the pipes that bring in cool water to the plant's turbines. (AP Photo/Lionel Cironneau, File)
Jellyfish invasion gums up Swedish reactor
By DAN BILEFSKY
| The New York Times
First Published Oct 01 2013 09:46 pm • Last Updated Oct 02 2013 07:40 pm
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