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Millions of Jellyfish appeared on US beaches in 2014

Posted by ecostinger on 15th Sep 2014

By the mid of July 2014 an invasion of jellyfish washed up on beaches along the U.S. West Coast. Humboldt Bay which is California's second largest natural bay was one of the most affected beaches. However Jellyfish are not confined to a small area and they do appear on other beaches around the USA during summer time. Florida beaches are another popular destination for Jellyfish, …
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Jellyfish Stingers

Posted by ecostinger on 13th Sep 2014

Jelly fish may be the most common ocean animal and are hard to catch in nets. You can find them mostly in sea water but sometimes in lakes and rivers. Only about five percent of the body of a jellyfish is solid matter; the rest is water. The bell of the jellyfish is the smooth umbrella-shaped body that is designed to flap or pump, Although jellyfish have been around for over 65 …
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Jellyfish Stingers Treatment And Prevention

Posted by ecostinger on 14th Aug 2014

EcoStinger Full Body Swimsuits provide protection against box jellyfish stingers, sea lice and other sea creatures. How to treat and prevent Jellyfish stingers attack About Jellyfish Stingers Jellyfish or Jellies as they are sometimes called are not categorised as fish, they have no head, brain, eyes or ears. They are free-swimming sea animals that have a bell shape body with …
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Sea Lice

Posted by ecostinger on 14th Aug 2014

Sea Lice Can Ruin Your Vacation  About Sea Lice There are two types of sea lice. The first type of sea lice is a parasite that feed of fish. They do not affect humans and are not a cause for concern to swimmers and divers. The type of sea lice that is a concern for humans is the type produced by jellyfish and other sea creatures that sting. They produce a minuscule larva that con …
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