This Lion’s Mane Jellyfish was Beached but Still Dangerous
Such sudden changes, however, are not those favoured by the Darwinian theory, and indeed the accidental occurrence of such a spontaneous transformation is hardly conceivable. But if this is not so, if the transit was gradual, then how such transit of one eye a minute fraction of the journey towards the other side of the head could benefit the individual is indeed far from clear. It seems, even, that such an incipient transformation must rather have been injurious. [Emphasis mine] How exactly an early flatfish eye would have hurt the animal, Mivart didnt say.
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He was born in Louisville, Ky., and worked for East County Paving. Survivors include his girlfriend, Jessica Grill of Potrero; daughter, Jillian Roederer of Henderson, Nev.; sons, Derek and Duane Roederer of Las Vegas; mother, Doris Roederer of Boulder City, Nev.; sister, Pam Carstensen of Boulder City, Nev.; brother, Keith Roederer of Boulder City; and four grandchildren. Services: 1 p.m. Monday, Featheringill Mortuary, 6322 El Cajon Blvd., San Diego. RONALD STEPHEN SHORES April 3, 1946-Aug.
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Symptoms of a sting from a Lion’s Mane Jellyfish may range from itching, a rash, pain, blisters, and muscle cramps through difficulties with breathing and heart rate. From the incident at Rye, fewer than a dozen children were reported to receive hospital treatment. The bell of the Lion’s Mane Jellyfish ranges in color from red through orange to yellow; larger bells have deeper colors, and sometimes the upper tentacles share the hue.
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