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Tonight at 4: How to stay safe from Man-O-War this summer

Source: Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue Source: Myrtle Beach Fire Rescue

MYRTLE BEACH, SC (WMBF) – If you happen to see a jellyfish-like creature on the beach this summer season, don’t touch it!

The city of Myrtle Beach has reported an increase of Man-O-War on our shores.

Tune into WMBF News starting at 4 as reporter Erin Edwards speaks to a local jellyfish on what makes these little marine animals so dangerous and how you can safe this summer.

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