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Jellyfish stings #321320
06/18/2024 08:26 AM
06/18/2024 08:26 AM
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We are at day 10 at the SBR. Everything has been fantastic and everyone is having a great time.

However, we had an issue with jellyfish.

The kids like swimming in the ocean during sunset, and over the last 10 days they have been stung by jellyfish 3 times. They have been swimming at the main, (Pelican Bay), beach. Everyone is fine. Just a sting and some temporary welts. Staff was made aware but, understandably, there is nothing they really can do. So word to the wise, be aware that the the jellyfish move in at dusk... I guess that may be common sense but we never had an encounter before so I was surprised....


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Re: Jellyfish stings [Re: wabid] #321331
06/18/2024 10:37 AM
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"jellyfish move in at dusk" So do sharks and other feeding fish.


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