Portuguese man-of-wars sit atop debris Tuesday afternoon near Folly Field Beach on Hilton Head Island. Although they die soon after washing ashore, their venom remains potent for two or three days afterward, said Al Stokes of the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton.
Portuguese man-of-wars sit atop debris Tuesday afternoon near Folly Field Beach on Hilton Head Island. Although they die soon after washing ashore, their venom remains potent for two or three days afterward, said Al Stokes of the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette
Portuguese man-of-wars sit atop debris Tuesday afternoon near Folly Field Beach on Hilton Head Island. Although they die soon after washing ashore, their venom remains potent for two or three days afterward, said Al Stokes of the Waddell Mariculture Center in Bluffton. Jonathan Dyer, The Beaufort Gazette

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