Jellyfish Warning – Mont Choisy (Nov – 2016)

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The presence of jellyfish was detected in the lagoon and around Mon Choisy beach on Thursday.
The presence of jellyfish was detected in the lagoon and around Mon Choisy beach on Thursday.

The National Coast Guard issued an alert on Thursday, November 24th. The presence of jellyfish was detected in Mon Choisy lagoon and around the beach as well.

The public is thus advised not to venture there. For getting stung with jellyfish causes a burning sensation, after a sharp pain, like an electric shock. The victim may also experience itching for several days. Headaches, vomiting and respiratory discomfort also occur.

In further sea related news an further release of gametes by the coral populations at Pointe d’Esny is positive news. Not so much for anyone wishing to bathe there as whilst it is a beautiful site, it does stink!

Please refer to our previous post for more information of this process.

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