Last week we reported that a potentially dangerous jelly fish was spotted on Long Beach Island.  Today, the jellyfish may be moving closer to us. 


Another jellyfish friend (or foe) was spotted washed ashore in Ocean City.  A woman spotted it while walking on the beach, and according to The Press of Atlantic City, put shells and sticks around it to warn others not to touch it.


The jellyfish has a dangerous sting, but not necessarily a deadly one.  They move by floating on the surface of the ocean by the current and the wind.


Even if the 'man of war' is dead, avoid touching it because it can still sting you!  Notify your lifeguard as soon as possible.

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