Portuguese Man O'War Jelly Fish Invade Australian Beaches - 3500+ People Stung
TERROR: Beaches Closed As Portuguese Man O'War Jelly Fish Stinging Thousands
1-6-19, Jelly fish terror in Australia; authorities are calling a 'jellyfish' invasion and epidemic.
Thousands stung in Portuguese man o' war 'invasion', several ...
1-6-19, The highly venomous creatures have stung more than 3,000 people on Australia's northeastern shores in just a few days, forcing the closure of several beaches.
Types of jellyfish sting: A sting occurs when a jellyfish’s tentacle touches a person’s skin. Stinging cells on the tentacles (called nematocytes) shoot poison into the skin, like tiny harpoons. The type of sting and how severe it is will depend on how much of the tentacle touched the skin and the species of jellyfish. Those who come into contact with a man o’ war, are encouraged to remove the tentacle as quickly as possible and treat the sting with very hot water. Side effects include intense skin pain lasting from minutes to hours, nausea and vomiting. More Here and Here
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