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Jellyfish Punta Cana

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Jellyfish Punta Cana

Jellyfish are abundant in the tropical waters of the oceans, like the Pacific and the Atlantic. There are others species that prefer the frigid waters like of the Arctic, but those are not too much talked about. In Punta Cana in precision, finding jellyfish is not what you would consider a difficult task, for a place that is just west of the Atlantic.

Most of the scuba divers or the visitors who have gone for scuba diving in the warm waters of the Atlantic just off the coast of Punta Cana have reported sightings of larges schools of jellyfish. Sometimes, during the spawning weeks of the year, the schools are so huge due to the favorable climatic conditions that scuba diving activity is suspended for sometime.

Most of the locals who engage in fishing have caught some of these in their fishing nets. The good news is that most of the species are the miniature kinds, those that do not cause any harm to the fishing gear, or poison the fish. They are transparent and do not sting. The bigger species are reserved to the Japanese areas where they continue to devastate large scale fisherman due to equipment destruction. That is not to say that there are no dangerous jellyfish that sting in the area. One the contrary- they are existent, but not as numerous as in, say, the Australian waters.

The abundance of jellyfish in the area in the area is undeniable as the term Jellyfish has been used to with many commercial establishments. The best example is the Jellyfish restaurant in Punta Cana which has received numerous positive reviews and generous star ratings.

But speaking from a general point of view, jellyfish can be a tourist attraction in Punta Cana at specified weeks of the year, with their abundance and non-poisonous nature being the more inviting.

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Written by and Sudarsana Sinha.

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