Venomous Portuguese man-of-war are again washing up, this

Venomous Portuguese man-of-war are again washing up, this time on Fire Island, National Park Service officials reported Tuesday. The man-of-war, a colony of organisms with long tentacles that can sting, were spotted in Cherry Grove and Fire Island Pines, said an official. (Credit: Fire Island National Seashore)

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