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‘Fire jellyfish’ invade islands in Krabi

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Box jellyfish over sand

Box jellyfish over sand. Photo: Peter Southwood.


KRABI: National Park officials yesterday erected signs warning visitors of venomous jellyfish at Koh Hong, Koh Lao Lading and Koh Pak Bia after thousands of purple-colored jellies appeared in the water off the islands in Krabi.

“The signs are in English and Thai. They have been put up to warn the public about the venomous jellyfish,” said Jampen Pormpakdee, chief of the Koh Hong protection zone of Than Bok Khorani National Park.

Read more: Phuket Gazette

Kritsada Mueanhawong
Phuket Gazette


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