Jellyfish stings reported at Protaras (photos)

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Jellyfish stings reported at Protaras (photos)
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Swimmers reported being stung by jellyfish on Sunday in Protaras.

According to philenews, in Fig Tree Bay beach, lifeguards have responded to dozens of cases of jellyfish stings and provided first aid treatment on the spot.

Large numbers of jellyfish were also spotted in Protaras in mid-June.

The jellyfish of the species Pelagia noctiluca, also known as mauve stinger, can be dangerous to humans as contact with their tentacles can cause irritation.

The appearance of jellyfish “is a temporary phenomenon that lasts between hours to a few days,” the...


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Jellyfish stings reported at Protaras (photos)


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