Israeli power station surprises blue jellyfish may disrupt power generation causes power outages

Thousands of blue jellyfish have been found in the cooling system of an Israeli power station on the Mediterranean coast, which workers say could disrupt power supplies,media reported. It is reported that a turtle has also been found in the jellyfish group, has been released into the sea. It is reported that the power plant is located on the Mediterranean coast, every summer jellyfish are sucked into the power plant.

The power plant attacked by the blue jellyfish in the Israeli coastal city of Ashkelon was hit by a full-scale invasion of the blue jellyfish on Thursday, The Independent reported.

The Mediterranean jellyfish, also known as nomadic jellyfish, originally lived only in the Mediterranean Sea and were first discovered in Israel in the summer of 1976 after the opening of a canal linking the Mediterranean sea to the Red Sea a hundred years ago. Every summer, when the sea temperature is between 28.2 and 30 degrees, when the full moon rises, jellyfish will be out, for Israel’s power companies, once the jellyfish blocked the pump, it may damage the power station or even explode.

Israeli power station surprises blue jellyfish may disrupt power generation causes power outages