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Upside-down jellyfish on the bottom of the release, venom-filled globs of phlegm, which be able to cross in the vicinity of the swimmers, a new study reveals.
Of the four, formally known as Cassiopea xamachana, have a strange, plant-like in appearance and they are usually fixed to the sea bed.
According to the Monterey Bay Aquarium, these jellyfish are most commonly found living in the mangrove forests and the wetlands of southern Florida, the Hawaiian islands, and the Indo-Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean sea.
When snorkeling in these areas, and they sometimes develop an odd rash.
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The mucus produced by jellyfish can be seen floating on the top of their wrinkled arms.
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“You’re going to start to feel a tingling sensation More than just the itching, itching, itching, like itching turns into a painful inconvenience,” John Ames, a museum, a research assistant and a senior lecturer in applied marine biology at Tohoku University in Japan, explained to Live Science.
Ames and his colleagues believe they have come up with as to why this is happening, and their work has been published in the journal of the Communications Mgr.
The jellyfish, to deploy mobile bombs, armed to the teeth, with stinging cells, called nematocytes, according to the study. That the bombs will leave a skin-irritating poison when they are in contact with the passing through of a swimmer.
How to avoid being stung, the researchers are still trying to investigate whether or not the jam-release of the animated gif, more at certain times of the day or in response to certain types of perturbations.
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