Clinging Jellyfish

Painful Clinging Jellyfish Reported at Tices Shoal
If you're like me and you like to go into the water at Tices Shoal...Be careful!
The Clinging Jellyfish was discovered in the Barnegat Bay this weekend. Approximately forty of them were spotted and two people were hospitalized due to its painful sting...
Painful “Clinging” Jellyfish Has Returned to the Jersey Shore
A Jellyfish normally found in the Pacific Ocean that was discovered a few years ago on the Jersey Shore has returned once again.
About 40 clinging jellyfish – each between 1 to 2 centimeters in diameter, and some about the size of a dime was spotted in an area off Monmouth Beach known as the Ho…
The backstory of the venomous clinging jellyfish
Between May and October each year the Barnegat Bay Partnership (on the heels of their State of the Bay Report release), samples with a 50-foot seine net at numerous parts of Barnegat Bay looking for juvenile fish. Officials have come across a variety of estuarine fish since 2012, but among them four…
Watch Out For a Rare Painful Jellyfish This Summer
A Jellyfish normally found in the Pacific Ocean has been discovered this week in the Barnegat Bay. Researchers don't know why it is here, but they say to watch out this Summer.
It's known as the "Clinging" Jellyfish, and it certainly packs a punch.
According to the Woods Ho…