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Hundreds of dead jelly fish wash up on a Krabi Beach

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Hundreds of dead jelly fish wash up on a Krabi Beach

By Kritsada Mueanhawong

 

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Many dead jelly fish have been washed up on a beach in Krabi.

 

Hundreds of the jelly fish washed up on a kilometre-long stretch of Laempong Beach in Krabi today.

 

Most of them were dead jelly fish, about 15-20 centimetres in diameter. They were not poisonous jelly fish.

 

Full story: https://thethaiger.com/news/krabi/hundreds-of-dead-jelly-fish-wash-up-on-a-krabi-beach

 

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-- © Copyright The Thaiger 2019-04-16

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5 hours ago, webfact said:

They were not poisonous jelly fish.

 

Precisely, they were poisoned jelly fish. 

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better than live ones

 

thai people fishing and accidnetal catch of turtles results in turtles being killed

 

thai people eating turtles and eggs

 

better to have less jelly fish when its only predator has been made almost extinct 

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No answer as to why they washed up dead, toxic water?

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Bad sign when the jelly fish die. Is anything left alive in those waters?

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