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Lance Karlson, 34, was viciously attacked by the 'angry' animal as it launched itself at him on a trip to Geographe Bay, Western Australia. This is the frightening moment an octopus launched at a lifeguard before it wrapped its tentacles around his neck. Lance Karlson, 34, first saw the 'angry' sea creature when it lashed out at a seagull near Ramada resort at Geographe Bay, Australia. After setting up a sun protection tent for his family on the beach, Karlston put on goggles and went in the water alone to explore a collection of crab shells.

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Nets have been installed around several popular beaches, offering some but not total protection, while purple flags are flown to warn of recent sightings. Her analysis of long-term datasets indicated that jellyfish s have around oscillated in year cycles. When swimming, she has learned to be proactive about clearing the water around her, so that if she is stung, it is on her hands, not her face or throat.

The most recent death was in March, of a teenage boy in wrapping Queensland : the first fatality in 14 years. The repercussions could range from the decimation of lucrative tourism and fishing industries, to food insecurity for coastal communities. To the east, a one-way stream of invasive species through the Suez canal from the Red Sea has been causing severe disruption in Israel, Egypt and Turkey.

The mauve stinger — a nomadic species with an intensely painful sting — is an infrequent but impactful visitor, wiping out entire farms of salmon in Northern Ireland in and in Ireland in But in the Med, particularly at popular holiday destinations in Greece, Spain and Malta, these jellyfish are already causing wrapping. Similar scenes are being reported all over the world, with tentacle appearing to be flourishing in slowly warming seas. W hat is it about jellyfish that has always captured our imagination?

She was given antivenom and rushed to hospital in an induced coma. She was given intravenous fluids and morphine, kept in hospital for the rest of that day, and spent the next day bathing in calamine lotion. For all of human history, the dominant presence in the marine ecosystem has been fish.

But since the mids, the most abundant in Maltese waters have been mauve stingers — and they are ificantly more venomous. Then she rubs out as much venom as she can in saltwater, before applying her vinegar-bicarbonate paste. In Julyviral photographs showing swimmers alongside enormous tentacle jellyfish off the coast of Cornwall presented them as extraordinary, when in fact they are one of the most common visitors to UK shores.

It can dispense a painful sting — even when washed up dead on the beach. But the lake was a wildlife sanctuary: no dogs allowed. Someone had told her there were crocodiles at Calliope River, and she was scared. Rachael had been stung by a box jellyfish: the deadliest creature in the sea.

It suggests the around boom may be not a harbinger of our coming climate doom, but in line with historic trends. They sting on contact because their venom immobilises prey — small ocean creatures such as plankton, fish eggs, sometimes other jellyfish — allowing them to be transported to their mouths in the centre of their bodies.

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The breakdown of the Gulf Stream, coupled with warming seas, could bring to UK shores unfamiliar jellyfish, such as those found in the open ocean or the Mediterranean. At the Calliope River rest area, a popular campsite around 14 miles upstream from where it meets the Pacific, Rachael was still too nervous to go swimming. By grim providence, a camper nearby had lost his own brother to a box jellyfish and knew to run back to his campsite to get vinegar. Jellyfish have been observed performing mating rituals not considered possible of such a simple organism.

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But it is only in the last few years that she has started carrying a bottle of vinegar and some bicarbonate of soda in her bag, to mix into a paste and apply to stings if she has to. Its venom stops the heart, killing adults in as little as five minutes.

The Maltese have learned to live with jellyfish as an inevitable peril of island life.

Are these weird creatures of the deep seeing an unprecedented population boom — or are these blooms just part of the natural cycles of the sea? Some, such as the mauve stinger, are bioluminescent, meaning they glow in the dark. The jellyfish was still latched on. The worst. And as a lockdown-battered Britain prepares to head for the beach this summer, is it safe to go back in the water?

On board the support vessel, the pain only worsened as her body warmed up. The rate of Irukandji stings has been steadily increasing in southern Queensland, indicating that its territory is expanding with warming waters. Ten-year-old Rachael pushed for the dam, at Lake Awoonga. Rachael spent the next two days in a coma.

Already this summer, jellyfish have been reported in their hundreds in SuffolkEssex, Kent and Devon. The increase is not linear: some species are less adaptable, and s depend on ocean conditions early in the year. Stagnetto remembers a couple of years ago, snorkelling through a mass of mauve stingers inches thick.

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Her whole body was flailing up and down in agony. Sam, then 13, pulled his writhing sister out of the water and on to the riverbank, a huge gelatinous blob wrapped around her left leg. They had only reached the end of the street before Rachael caved, calling them to come back and get her.

New blooms in some popular tourist destinations, however, do not necessarily mean there has been a sustained increase in baseline s globally. Rachael would not budge — so her family called her bluff, bundling into the car and driving off without her. Certain species are regular visitors to southern England and parts of south Wales through spring and summer, and sometimes in large s.

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A type of plankton, they have no brains, hearts or bones. In Greece, stingers have terrorised tourists to such an extent that resort operators have threatened legal action against authorities for inaction.

But even if the coming jelly-pocalypse has been overstated, the damage already being done by blooms, and the challenge of reversing wrapping ecosystem changes, means that jellyfish are a problem we must prepare to face. Lewis Stagnetto, a marine biologist who grew up in Gibraltar and works for local marine education charity the Nautilus Projectsays there was a bloom of mauve stingers in Rosia Bay in April, with more expected as temperatures rise. And maritime structures such as jetties and oil rigs have around them more surfaces to colonise with their young.

To breathe, he had to duck-dive beneath the bloom and blow bubbles, forcing a tentacle in the purple blanket in which to surface. Moments later, she started screaming. But inthe arrival of a massive armada saw 22, people in Queensland seek treatment for stings in five weeks, compared with 6, over the same period the year.

Changes in water quality play a part: jellyfish can thrive in low-oxygen, polluted environments. These include the compass jelly, with V-shaped markings and long, thin stinging tentacles; the barrel or dustbin-lid jellyfish, up to one metre in diameter and solid but harmless; and the blue jelly, so called for the colour of its bell, which carries a mild sting.

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She guesses that she is stung about once a summer. Her leg resembled black, bloody tree bark, the skin shattered with hot red welts.

The popular national Spot the Jellyfish wrapping, collating sightings from the public, has built a record of mauve stinger blooms dating back to While the frequency of blooms has been roughly steady, the s of jellyfish and around spread have increased. Since record-keeping began in Australia in the s, 79 people are thought to have died from box jellyfish stings in those waters, and at least two from Irukandjiits tiny but similarly deadly relative, with venom that can cause brain haemorrhage.

An estimated million people are stung every yearincluding hundreds fatally, though the true s are likely higher. Increasingly, she says, the risk of a sting is something open-water swimmers know to take in their stride. But by the next summer, she was back in the sea — albeit tentacle her hair cut short. But most influential is the impact of overfishing, Deidun says.

Those in decline are often overlooked, she says.

‘it looked like an alien, with all its tentacles wrapped around her’: are jellyfish here to ruin your summer holiday?

Some authorities now contract fishers to catch those that are swept in from the Atlantic by westerly winds. Jellyfish in the oceans predate humans and even dinosaurs by many millions of years. Ina swarm shut down nearly miles of beach around Alicante.

This transition is already under way. After swimming the Channel inHatfield set out the following year to repeat her triumph in the mile stretch between the coasts of Northern Ireland and Scotland. None of the species Balzan and her friends typically see are lethal — but any they encounter go the same way: caught in a net and dumped onshore in a nearby bin.

One speciesTurritopsis dohrniiis able to regenerate itself when damaged or injured, and is considered theoretically immortal. Their primary sensory organs are their tentacles. To some extent, she adds, the widespread perception that jellyfish are on the rise may just reflect the fact that there are more people in the water to see them. Just when you thought it was safe to go back in the water But which water: lake, river, ocean?

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There are s that more minor irritants are posing problems, too. Heading for the beach? Her parents feared permanent brain damage.

So are huge blooms of jellyfish. As ever, the changing climate presents further uncertainty.

The exponential growth in tourism, watersports and other recreational coastal activity over the past 20 years has packed beaches with amateur jellyfish spotters, able to report back via social media. Deidun predicts that the chaos they are causing in Israel will reach Malta within the next five to 10 years.

Other coastal communities around the world may soon be forced to do the same. The island is small enough that if the wind is blowing the jellies on to one beach, it is easy to get to another that is protected, and the blooms do not stick around for long. As an open-water swimmer, Lucy Hatfield, a year-old nurse from Cornwall, is used to encountering jellyfish. When Sam and a friend got on a bodyboard in the shallows, she sandwiched herself between them, dangling her legs in the water.

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