CruJones: Dozens of ghostly pale Brits will have to stay away from the frigid waters now
TheShavingofOccam123: It was nay so much a manhole cover as it was...
BitwiseShift: I remember them being purple. Why foodies don't have them on a menu by now is a mystery.
cubic_spleen: LegacyDL: The UK has beaches???One. It goes all the way around.
Abe Vigoda's Ghost: Yeah, that's an interesting article and all, but I found this story (video) at the bottom of the page to be much more interesting.
Wendy's Chili: At the rate we're dumping carbon into our water, the world's oceans will be one giant jellyfish by the end of the decade.
tallen702: FTFA:"One giant barrel jellyfish has already been washed up at Portland, Dorset.Fortunately, however, that particular variety proved to be harmless."
JackieRabbit: 1: The jelly fish pictured is not a Portuguese man o'war, but a common and harmless species that can be found in any temperate or cold water. They wash up by the millions on the east coast of the US.2. England is way outside the range of the Portuguese man o'war, which is confined to the tropics.
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