Summer! — 2 Comments

  1. There are jellyfish in the North Sea, but few of them are capable of giving a severe sting. They’re mostly Aurelia aurelia, the moon jellyfish, which has virtually no capability of penetrating human skin. If the jellyfish has any colour to it, it might be capable of giving a sting like a nettle. But generally, British wildlife is pretty benign, not much that is venomous.

    • Google had suggested that the nasties were up in colder water. It’s definitely nice to hear it from someone who would know! And yes… it’s definitely pleasurable to not have to worry about stingy-bitey death by default. 😉

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