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Why holidaymakers are seeing giant jellyfish off the UK coast – and what to do if you are stung

By Martin Attrill, Professor of Marine Ecology, University of Plymouth
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The UK has seen some exciting marine visitors recently, such as walruses, humpback whales and bluefin tuna, but a current group of arrivals has been much more of a cause of concern. Large numbers of huge stinging jellyfish have been appearing off the west coast of Scotland.

If holidaymakers in Scotland this summer spot a jellyfish, it is most likely to be the lion’s…

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