The biotic house encounters the giant jellyfish in British waters

Buckets, animals that can weigh up to 35 kg as adults, are caught swimming in British waters.

Buckets, animals that can weigh up to 35kg as adults, are caught swimming in British waters.

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The jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the UK.

Biologist Lizzie Daly caught a barrel with a massive body while diving off Cornwall, England, on July 13. Daly said, it is as big as his body and is the largest jellyfish she ever met.

The jellyfish (scientific name Rhizostoma pulmo) is the largest jellyfish in the UK, with adults up to 35kg. They often swim towards warm waters near the shore at the end of spring. They can drift to the coast in May or June, sometimes up to hundreds.

Bins of a jellyfish are usually not dangerous to humans. However, seafarers should not touch them when they see jellyfish being washed up on sandbanks because they can burn even when they die.

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