Sharks come to mind when we think of danger at the beach, but scientists in Hawaii are studying an animal that’s 10 times more deadly. And if you’re not careful, you won’t even notice him. Each month, eight to 10 days after the full moon, hundreds of box jellies rise up from the deep and swarm the shores of Waikiki to spawn before beaching themselves on the sand.
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