The invasion of giant jellyfish in the British resort: photos and videos
Huge swarms of jellyfish, sailed to the coast of the British town of Torquay.
26 APR 2019 13:59
Residents of Torquay (Torquay) on the South coast of England found in the water a huge number of jellyfish-cornerto Rhizostoma pulmo. Flowing down these are widely distributed in the North-Eastern part of the Atlantic ocean, Adriatic, Mediterranean, Black, Azov, Irish and other seas. On average they have a diameter up to 40 cm, although it is known and 90-cm specimen.
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Despite the huge size and weight of about 35 kg, they are not threatening: the venom of cornerto very weak, and the maximum effect that can get a person a small rash. It is the largest jellyfish found in British waters, but she rarely swim so close to shore. The current invasion, as experts believe, is due to record high water temperature, which was the result of the hot weather on the coast.
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