Blue bottle jellyfish found in Boracay Island

Warnings about sightings of blue bottle jellyfish were given to tourists of the newly reopened Boracay Island.

In an advisory, the Municipal Environment and Natural Resources Office and Municipal Disaster Risk Reduction Office of Malay, Aklan said that blue bottle jellyfish have been found in the eastern coast of the island and along Puka Beach.

Authorities told the public that the stings of blue bottle jellyfish are “venomous and can kill fishes, although rarely kills humans.” They also gave warning that the sting of the species is painful.

News source: Philippine Star

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