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Early Jelly Fish Warning


Due to the recent weather pattern, the Mediterranean waters around Mallorca did not drop in temperatures significantly during Winter, as they normally would, which pleases the Jelly fish.

Jelly fish prefer warmer waters to colder ones. As it is, experts warn of another imminent invasion of jelly fish in Mallorca, this year.

The photo was taken two weeks ago today. The beach of Cala Gran was laden with hundreds of the little creatures; the sea was awash with thousands more.

It is too cold to swim right now for most people, but come Easter, when the season starts, some of us might brave the waves. Beware of the little monsters; they can easily spoil your holiday.

The photo was taken in Cala Gran, Cala d’Or, Mallorca, Spain. The date: February 3rd, 2008. The time was 13:25:44.

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February 2008


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