The famous Bill Brags beach in Key Biscayne–Miami has been the town’s talk over the last couple of days thanks to a plague of unusual jellyfish that has come to the ocean. Such jellyfish (Cyanea Gustirrinina) have a natural habitat outside Australia in the Pacific Ocean, and it was never seen in Miami before.
The feature that separates Cyanea Gustirrinina from other jellyfish is that its sting targets the nervous system and simulates what a 0rgasm could be. This caused the Bill Brags beach to attract very large influx of visitors despite Coast Guard’s recommendations that due to the presence of jellyfish they should not swim a shower. “I can’t help jumping into the sea and capturing a giant jellyfish, I know it’s not good but I just like it so much and I can’t stop doing it,” one of those present commented before going into the water.
Tourists even came here to catch jellyfish and get it to their private swimming pools with the intention of being brought up there. So this is how authorities fear that they will not be able to control the spread around Miami Beach. Like the Cyanea Gustirrinin, the lives of other native jellyfish species would be endangered.