Lion S Mane Jellyfish
July 22, 2010 by staff
Lion S Mane Jellyfish:The dangers of Lions Mane jellyfish stings. by Kate L. Romano. Regardless if you go on summer vacation near the ocean or sea are required to see at least once a jellyfish. The reason is because they are the fastest fishing multiplyingAccording The Associated Press Officer Doug marine mud of the state identified as a lion’s mane jellyfish in a species that resembles the South. Is estimated to weigh 45-50 pounds and the longest was 13 feet the tentacle. After the jellyfish has been presented to the public throughout the water began to describe the reactions, including itching and burning. Some people describe a sensation of a vise and the legs that the doctors said it was working.
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About 150 people were stung by jellyfish in a state park in Rye, on Wednesday, authorities said. Parks and Recreation Department officials said the children, tourists and persons attending recreational programs in Park Wallis Sands has suffered a coup. Authorities said a lifeguard saw the jellyfish, about 100 yards offshore. He swam in a table with a pitchfork and was by his side. According to the Associated Press, Doug Grout, director of marine fisheries of the state has identified as a lion’s mane jellyfish, a species rarely seen so far south. Is estimated to weigh 45-50 pounds, and its longer tentacles was 13 feet. After the jellyfish has been submitted to the coast, people in the water began to describe reactions, including itching and burning. Some people describe a sensation of a vise and legs, doctors said the workers probably resulted from the bite of a jellyfish.
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