Giant jellyfish swarm invades Italian port

Giant jellyfish swarm invades Italian port



Giant jellyfish swarm invades Italian port

Giant jellyfish flocked to the beach in the port in Trieste, Italy. While locals recorded images of hundreds of barrel jellyfish found on the water surface, it was stated that this poisonous species could cause danger.

In Trieste, the most important city of the Friuli Venezia Giulia region in the northeast of Italy, huge jellyfish swarms flocked to the harbor.
The jellyfish swarm that occupied the port in the area was recorded by local residents.
It was stated that the species, which is said to be a barrel jellyfish, could spill venom even when it was dead, and a local resident recorded the images.
Lorenzo Zuffi, who recorded the footage, said that the large jellyfish group approaching the harbor made him feel like a rock star surrounded by fans.
Italian media reported that the jellyfish herd was a rhizostoma pulmo (barrel jellyfish) that was pulled to the surface by warm water and plankton.


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