Balearic islands

The southern beaches of Spain were closed because of poisonous jellyfishes

The southern beaches of Spain were closed because of poisonous jellyfishesTo coast of the southwest cities of Spain Cadiz and Huelva came poisonous jellyfishes of Physalia physalis (them still call «the Portuguese ships»). A week ago experts ascertained reduction of their quantity, however to bathe in these waters still dangerously. Poison of these sea inhabitants, both live, and the lost individuals washed by waves ashore, provokes the strongest allergic reaction often bringing to lethal outcomes at people.

Actually, because of it beach zones are noted by the red flags warning against bathing.
Normal habitat of «the Portuguese ships» is the ocean, instead of coastal territories, but the storm which have passed recently some brought them on beaches of Spain. However, these poisonous jellyfishes happen here are noticed almost annually.