Jellyfish clog cooling pipes at Swedish nuclear reactor

10/2/2013 | Christian Science Monitor, The

A Swedish nuclear reactor was shut down Sunday after tons of moon jellyfish clogged the pipes used to cool the turbines. It is not uncommon for jellies to wreak havoc on nuclear plants, which are usually built near large bodies of water to provide cooling for reactors and turbines. In fact, marine biologists say more shutdowns caused by jellyfish could occur in the future.

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