This is not what you want to see if you're getting into the water.

KATC's Rob Perillo shared a video that Landun Primeaux took from the coast of Grand Isle and as you'll see there were thousands of jellyf ish in the water at the time.

Yes, we know that jelly fish are always in the water, but to see so many in one isolated area is quite amazing.

I once saw something similar to this in Destin, Florida. At the time there, it was so bad that we couldn't get out of the boat and those in Florida were about the size of a medium pizza.

Check out this video from Grand Isle, and as a reminder, if you're getting into the water anywhere, always be aware of your surroundings.


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