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As you might might not have seen in the news . WARNINGS have been given out by the coast guard about the jelly fish wich have been blown up on the beaches, thems is dangerous. dont touch . let the coast guard know where they are . be warned..thems can be deadly. DO NOT TOUCH ...
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Ooerr - Portuguese men o war - not very pleasant - seems that Wales & Sussex coasts are most affected but well worth the heads up, VOS.
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I heard today that someone was walking the dog on the beach and the dog picked one up and it exploded in its mouth.
Watch out,its scarey out there with the strange winds and strange colour sun
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Hi all. I did look at the beach on Monday when it was a little windy there was about 20 of those Portuguese lying around and silly parents was letting the children mess around with them. I went back yesterday ( Tuesday ) for a scan but only 1 left on the beach. The sea was flat so quick it was down to normal from Monday, I did have some interesting finds picked up a few coins on the surface including a 1915 1 p and some modern, in places it was down to rock and black sand but no rings turned up.The beach is full of iron so only the very hardy tackle it. I still have some finds to clean for id but slowly
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If I see the odd jellyfish I scoop it up with the spade and plonk it back in.
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roofwash wrote: ↑
Mon Oct 16, 2017 8:01 pm
I heard today that someone was walking the dog on the beach
Walking the dog? Can't that mean two different things? Which one was it?
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