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Watch out! A venomous type of jellyfish have washed up again along our coast.
It should come as no surprise, but jellyfish are in the area and you might see them in our coastal waters.
National Park Service officials are warning North Carolina beach-goers to watch out for a venomous type of jellyfish being found on the North Core Banks.
This Labor Day has brought more than just the stinging realization that summer is over. In Oak Island, where people are dealing with a different type of sting.
One Portuguese Man O' War washed ashore at Folly Beach during the past week.
The National Weather Service is warning beach goers to be on the lookout for jellyfish.
A Wilmington man was sent to the ER over the weekend after doctors say he was stung by a box jellyfish.
Agencies like Carolina Beach Ocean Rescue and the National Weather Service are expecting increased jellyfish activity this week.
South Carolina officials are warning beachgoers to watch their steps as Portuguese man-of-wars are washing onshore.