Portuguese man-of-war

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Portuguese man-of-war

A jellyfish-like sea creature with a deadly sting. I don't want you kids to go swimming today—there's been reports of a Portuguese man-of-war in the water.
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It has echoes of his time in Spain when the Portuguese Man of War went beyond mere mind games to stir up Pep and his team.
She cites the case of the vaccine for the sting of the Portuguese Man of War jellyfish, which actually made the subject more sensitive to the stings than unvaccinated subjects.
The exception is the Portuguese man of war, sometimes seen off the south coast.
For visitors to the British seaside, apart from the Portuguese Man of War, it is the one that has the most powerful sting.
The Portuguese Man of War - also know as bluebottles - are purple-blue in colour and they trail stinging tentacles up to 22 metres long.
Saddlers' boss Paul Merson was simply referring to the workrate of the Portuguese man of war (pictured) who continues to lead the line with great energy and determination at Bescot and beyond.
The Portuguese man of war is all set to be dad again in early September.