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Stinging water mystery solved: Jellyfish can sting swimmers, prey with ‘mucus grenades’: Free-floating jellyfish stinging structures – Science Daily

In warm coastal waters around the world, swimmers can often spot large groups of jellyfish pulsing rhythmically on the seafloor. Unless properly prepared with protective clothing, it is best to steer clear of areas that Cassiopea, or upside-down jellyfish inh…

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