Giant and poisonous jellyfish to invade British beaches this summer
POISONOUS jellyfish as big as dustbin lids will invade Britain’s seaside resorts if a summer heatwave warms up the nation’s seas.
By Jimmy McCloskey/Published 7th May 2014
http://images.dailystar-uk.co.uk/dyn...hes-377716.jpg HUGE: This jellyfish, the size of a dustbin lid, washed up on a beach in Dorset [DORSET MEDIA]
Bathers were warned to watch out for the Portuguese man o’war, which floats just below the water’s surface and has stings that can cause serious injury.
One giant barrel jellyfish has already been washed up at Portland, Dorset.
Fortunately, however, that particular variety proved to be harmless.
I am surprised they don't cook them, they would taste better than a lot of things the Brits eat, you wouldn't need tooth either.