segunda-feira, novembro 26, 2007

Sente a comichão?

The attack, by a type of jellyfish known as a "mauve stinger", happened late last week off the coast of County Antrim, an area popular with tourists.
The mauve stinger, noted for its purplish night-time glow, is more commonly found in warmer Mediterranean waters.
Russell said the occurrence, when jellyfish "bloom" in such quantities, only happened every decade or so and last week's appearance off the Irish coast was also due to unusual environmental factors including higher-than-normal water temperatures.
Jellyfish Attack Wipes Out N.Ireland Salmon Farm