Wildlife officials say visitors to South Carolina beaches should be on the lookout for Portuguese man-of-war jellyfish.
According to the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources, a few these highly-venomous jellyfish have washed up on the state’s beaches recently.
The department warns that even a dead man-of-war can still sting you.
The jellyfish are easy to recognize with their bright blue ‘float’.
SCDNR says man-of-war jellyfish typically live in the open ocean but are occasionally pushed onto shore by strong winds.