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Bluebottle jellyfish spotted at Mumbai's Juhu Beach, experts appealed to stay away
Bluebottle jellyfish spotted at Mumbai's Juhu Beach, experts appealed to stay away

Bluebottle jellyfish have been spotted at Mumbai's Juhu Beach. Tell all of you that this fish is also known as Portuguese man of war. Several reports of jellyfish being spotted at Juhu Beach have surfaced in the last three days. According to some reports, these aquatic species are coming to the seashore due to monsoon winds, although the beautiful-looking jellyfish is also poisonous. Some experts have asked people to stay away from these species. Mangrove Cell has put up signboards along the beach in association with Marine Life of Mumbai i.e.

 

 

Not only that, but most of these marine species, in particular, die on the beach, while some are able to return to the sea with tides. Just last week, Shonak Modi, director of the Coastal Conservation Foundation, also tweeted a picture of jellyfish on the Juhu coast. In that tweet, he had said, "The strong coastal winds of the last few days have brought our annual monsoon visitors back to our shores. Thousands of bluebottle jellyfish are stranded on Juhu beach.''

Similarly, experts believe that due to the rise in sea temperature, these marine species come ashore. These jellyfish can bite these creatures if they step on or try to lift them. Experts also say that it can be more dangerous if a person is cut by jellyfish in the water. The sting of jellyfish can irritate and people may get swelling with a rash.

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