Tybee Island Jellyfish Season 2014 Is Here!

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The Tybee Island Jellyfish season 2014 is here and even though most of the time they do their own thing, we must remember one thing; we are in their habitat.

 

 

 

You will probably see them washed up and scattered upon the shore line, but look from afar. ¬†Without the knowledge and experience, it is very easy to still get stung by their tentacles depending on how long they’ve been out of the water.

Cannonball Jellyfish, the most common on Tybee Island
Cannonball Jellyfish, the most common on Tybee Island

If you get stung while playing in the surf, please remember a few helpful tips from the mermaids!