Enormous jellyfish mass die-off turns sand beaches in blue in Australia

Are you ready for this jelly? Thousands of blue blubbers carpet north Brisbane beach.

Yes, thousands of jellyfish washed up on the coast north of Brisbane, providing an incredible sight with beaches covered in a blue glow… Just a few days after Fukushima’s radiactive leak is adressed to the public!

Jellyfish and bluebottle invasions on north Brisbane and Sunshine Coast beaches have resulted in some spectacular photographs.

Strong northerly winds have reportedly led to the swarm of jellyfish and bluebottles causing headaches for Surf Live Saving Queensland.

A spokeswoman said Noosa and Mooloolaba beaches on the Sunshine Coast had seen the most stings so far with approximately 3,000 each.

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