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After thousands of “fire jellyfish” washed up on the shores of Krabi’s Bok Khorani National Park earlier this week, Thailand’s tourism authorities are warning of more venomous jellyfish to come. On Facebook, the Tourism Authority of Thailand has urged swimmers and snorkelers not to take any risks on beaches where jellyfish warning sings have been posted. TAT acknowledged that it’s “extremely rare” for swimmers to be stung, it cautioned beachgoers to be aware that jellyfish are present, particularly in Thailand’s south, due to the “season of venomous jellyfish”. After the fire jellyfish scare in Krabi earlier this week, the head […]

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Why does this article talk about the risk of fire jellyfish of which I have seen many around Rawai, and then

Go onto BOX Jelly fish which are deadly…..nothing like trying to empty the beaches, great work PN 


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