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Life lessons from jellyfish

This year, picking my way through the detritus of the storms, the plight of the jellyfish felt somehow more apt, more meaningful and perhaps a lot closer to home

By Cal Flyn   November 2020

The wonderful thing about living on an island is that there are endless opportunities to swim. In recent months, I’ve been overtaken by sudden urges to shed my clothes and slip into the sea, like a selkie in reverse. The waters are cold, of course—this being the wild Atlantic or the North Sea, depending on which coast I find myself on—but still so much…

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