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Eagle resting in the early morning sun (5) by Yipski, via Flickr

Eagle resting in the early morning sun (5) by Yipski, via Flickr

In April of 2012, an unprecedented invasion of jellyfish-like sea creatures forced a nuclear reactor on the California coast to shut down. A mysterious swarm of the gelatinous organisms, called salp, had so completely clogged screens used to filter the plant's cooling seawater, the utility company had to turn off its so-called El Diablo reactor. Salps are usually found farther out to sea, so why the creatures chose to attack the plant's filtration system en masse remains unknown.

In April of 2012, an unprecedented invasion of jellyfish-like sea creatures forced a nuclear reactor on the California coast to shut down. A mysterious swarm of the gelatinous organisms, called salp, had so completely clogged screens used to filter the plant's cooling seawater, the utility company had to turn off its so-called El Diablo reactor. Salps are usually found farther out to sea, so why the creatures chose to attack the plant's filtration system en masse remains unknown.

Reindeer skull Gravneset (an old whaling outpost) in the Magdalenefjorden, Svalbard

Reindeer skull Gravneset (an old whaling outpost) in the Magdalenefjorden, Svalbard

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