Sky News 2013.10.01 20:04
A phenomenon that marine biologists say could become more common sees
jellyfish clog pipes at a nuclear plant.
A huge cluster of jellyfish has forced one of the world's largest nuclear
reactors to shut down.
Operators of the Oskarshamn nuclear plant in Sweden had to scramble reactor
number three on Sunday after tons of jellyfish clogged the pipes that bring
in cool water to the plant's turbines.
By Tuesday, the pipes had been cleaned of the jellyfish and engineers were
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