BY BERNADETTE H. CARREON
KOROR, Palau — Despite the high water temperature, the famed Jellyfish Lake of Palau is producing jellyfish but its still unclear whether population will fully recover.
A researcher from The Coral Reef Research Foundation, an agency which has been monitoring the Jellyfish Lake since 1999, presented the latest monitoring report to the members of the Belau Tourism Association on May 22 and said as water temperature decreases, more baby jellyfish will produce to allow the lake’s recovery.
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