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Red flags were raised to warn tourists not to swim on one beach in Krabi, southern Thailand, after large numbers of “fire jellyfish” washed up on the shore yesterday. Morbakka fenneri, known as the “fire jellyfish,” doesn’t get its name from its pinkish-red colour but from its potent sting. Thousands of small but venomous fire jellyfish washed up on Hong Island in Krabi’s Than Bok Khorani National Park yesterday. A change in the direction of the wind is expected to have swept the jellyfish to the island. The head of the national park Weerasak Sisatchang said fire jellyfish are very […]

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