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10 creatures that can ruin your day at the beach

From tiny and gross to huge and terrifying, all sorts of living things can wreck your day in the sun. Here are some things to watch for and ways to protect yourself. Jellyfish All stings hurt; some can be deadly The oceans contain thousands of types of jellyfish, ranging from one-millimeter specks...
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