WBZ reports on the Lion's mane jellyfish at Nahant.
They're in Boston Harbor, as well.
Adorable? Not sure. Miss you Elmer!
I just realized what's going on, somebody went into the Sphere and thier nightmares are manifesting in the real world.
Some choice New England related excerpts from wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lion%27s_mane_jellyfish
"The largest recorded specimen was measured by Alexander Agassiz off the coast of Massachusetts in 1865 and had a bell with a diameter of 210 centimetres (7 feet) and tentacles around 36.6 m (120 ft) long."
"On a July day in 2010, around 150 beachgoers were stung by the remains of a lion's mane jellyfish that had broken up into countless pieces in Wallis Sands State Beach, Rye, New Hampshire, in the United States. Considering the size of the species, it is possible that this incident was caused by a single specimen."
Even though it is only June, I've kind of lost count.
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