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A Compass Jellyfish who carry a nasty sting pictured in the sea just off Preston Beach Weymouth.<br />
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The south coast of England is under invasion by an army of poisonous jellyfish revelling in the rising water temperatures brought on by the summer heatwave.<br />
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The stark warning comes amid numerous sightings of the feared Compass jellyfish which carries a very painful sting in bays off Dorset, Devon and Cornwall.<br />
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Shocked engineer Idris Martin encountered a Compass jellyfish while out snorkelling with his daughter Julie off a beach in Weymouth.