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Jellyfish sightings wanted by scientists

MOON, compass, blue or lion’s mane – it’s a blooming good time for jellyfish around the coast of Argyll.

The lion’s mane jellyfish packs a punch and is common along the West Coast.

The Marine Conservation Society (MCS) says the number of jelly fish ‘blooms’ – when jellies mass – in UK coastal waters is on the increase as our seas start to warm up.

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