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Tuesday, 19 January 2016

Jellyfish already!


Well, I guess they are in the sea, but somehow we usually expect to see these stranded on the beach during the Summer, not in January!

And they are BIG 

husbands boot shows the proportions of this jellyfish



 and this one...



and a lost float - with a gathering attached!


Still, that's the North Devon coast for you!


12 comments:

  1. Lots of unusual things happening these days. Could this be climate change?

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  2. That's so early for them, wonder why. They are big! Do you have a view of the ocean from your house? If so - ....can I rent a room, lol.

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  3. oh that is a big jellyfish!

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  4. The goose barnacles are so pretty.

    I wonder if the recent storms have blown the jellyfish in? It is early though.....

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  5. what great treasures to find on your walk!!

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  6. Holy cow that's a big jellyfish! :(

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  7. Amazing size of the jellyfish !!

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  8. Those are big jellyfish! I've been seeing a lot of washed up starfish and wondered why?

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  9. That's a couple of big jellies, rather gorgeous though. I remember seeing them at Woolacombe when we went there on Sunday School outings.

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  10. They look gorgeous, but yuk.... :)

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