Blue Blubber jellyfish

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The Blue Blubber jellyfish is the most commonly encountered jellyfish along the Australian eastern coast and large swarms sometimes appear in estuarine waters such as Port Phillip Bay.

On contact, the jellyfish can cause an itchy rash which is best treated with vinegar or Stingose then wash it with salt water. Don't wash it with fresh water, which will make the rash worse.

They are not classified as dangerous.

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