sea blubber

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sea blubber

n.
A large scyphozoan jellyfish, especially one of the genus Cyanea.
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The swimmer was making good time on the 70-mile attempt around the island before the stings from Lion's mane jellyfish became too much.
They are liaising with Dun Laoghaire-Rathdown Council who are monitoring the beaches and water for any sign of the deadly Lion's Mane jellyfish.
huge find Lion's Mane jellyfish that washed up in Co Down yesterday
Lion's mane jellyfish became the bane of my existence during my swim along the west coast of Britain.
hELTER shELTER take refuge lion's mane jellyfish in Village Bay,
Marine biologists have listed the hell's fire sea anemone as among the world's toxic and stinging sea creatures, along with the sea wasp box jellyfish, Irukandji jellyfish, Portuguese man o'war, cannonball jellyfish, moon jellyfish, lion's mane jellyfish, crown-of-thorns sea star, textile cone, reef stonefish, banded sea krait, short-tail stingray, soft sea slugs or nudibranchs, lionfish, puffer fish, scorpionfish, Caribbean fire coral, blue-ringed octopus, stargazer fish, striped eel catfish and sea nettle.
Caption: Scyphozoan Cyanea capillata, lion's mane jellyfish
The impressive lion's mane jellyfish, as its name have implies, looks like the hairpiece of its feline namesake and can grow up to two-metres in diameter.
The impressive lion's mane jellyfish, as its name implies, looks like the hairpiece of its feline namesake and can grow up to two-metres in diameter.
The impressive lion's mane jellyfish, as its name implies, looks like the jellyfish have stings hairpiece of its feline namesake and can grow up to two-metres in diameter.
The impressive lion's mane jellyfish, as its name implies, looks like the have hairpiece of its feline namesake and can grow up to two-metres in diameter.