TODAY'S FEATURED Animal NEWS STORY ---
You might want to stay out of the beach for now.
The Florida Department of Public Health said the Sea Lice--also known as "sunbather's eruption"--have been a problem for those residing near Florida's southern Atlantic coastline as early as eleven years ago. But the lack of research about this resulted in zero improvement since the day it was first identified in the area.
Accounts from the department stated that sea Lice are small parasites found in warm waters. They are Jellyfish larvae that sting like adult jellyfish. Both belong to Cnidarians, a group of Marine animals that contain stinging structures, according to marine biologists at the University of Miami...... VIDEO BELOW / MORE ON THIS STORY HERE !