Some non-election climate news . . .

The story later notes:

"The arrival of this species, which crushes and then eats its prey, could cause a major shift in the populations that now live in the high-Antarctic continental shelves."

"The worry is that the sudden appearance of a new predator with few competitors could threaten isolated shelf communities such as those of the Bellingshausen Sea on the west side of the Antarctic Peninsula," said Sally Hall, the paper’s co-author.