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It's impossible to walk along Sandbanks beach these days without seeing at least two dead jelly fish washed up on the shore. Apparently they are turning up all along the south coast. Anyone know of any weather connection, or it just plankton?
Interesting read: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3095867/The-invasion-jellyfish-Tens-thousands-5ft-stinging-sea-creatures-massing-beaches-south-west-Britain.html
Might be somthing to do with the 5 million pound thunderbird houses !!!...
Numbers of jellyfish all over the world have increased massively due to a mixture of higher water temps, their preadtors decreasing in numbers and in increase in plankton due to pollution.