Loads of Safari processes in Yosemite

Since upgrading to Yosemite I've started noticing old safari processes still running in the background. Take a look at this:
When taking this screenshot the only tabs open in Safari were 2 imdb.com tabs and one kanal5play.se, but for some reason there are more processes running and using up memory. Can't even remember visiting some of them, like gamesradar.com. Has anyone seen this in their activity monitor?

Since upgrading to Yosemite I've started noticing old safari processes still running in the background. Take a look at this:
When taking this screenshot the only tabs open in Safari were 2 imdb.com tabs and one kanal5play.se, but for some reason there are more processes running and using up memory. Can't even remember visiting some of them, like gamesradar.com. Has anyone seen this in their activity monitor?

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