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Thursday, 6 March 2014

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Jellyfish can predict hurricanes before they even form.

MIAMI - The United States Department of Hurricanes has just informed the national news media that they have made a fabulous discovery.

A team of oceanic scientists working under the leadership of Dr. Cleopatra Mangosteen [Harvard-1993] have discovered a very interesting thing about jellyfish.

Dr. Mangosteen's team known as Bravo Team X, noticed in their explorations in the Caribbean Sea that jellyfish will start moving in a circular motion whenever they sense a hurricane forming as far as 1,300 miles away.

Bravo Team X studied this unusual occurrence and found that this very odd behavior by the jellyfish was due to a type of stormesque receptacle that is embedded in the belly button of each jellyfish.

The receptacle is roughly the size of a standard gumball and is blue in color.

SIDENOTE: The U.S. Department of Hurricanes says that this information if very vital in the tracking of the hurricanes as well as in the evacuation process.

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