Articles Tagged ‘Jellyfish’

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish Swarming off the Cornish Coast

Lion’s Mane Jellyfish Swarming off the Cornish Coast June 21, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
It goes without saying that jellyfish are some of the strangest and most mysterious creatures in the sea. They drift through the water like liquid themselves, and though most of them mean neither harm nor malice, contact with them can be dangerous – even potentially fatal. Of this, the Lion’s...

Ten-Year-Old Girl Survives Sting From Deadly ‘Box Jellyfish’

Ten-Year-Old Girl Survives Sting From Deadly ‘Box Jellyfish’ April 30, 2010 | Travel News | Read More
Last week in Queensland, Australia, ten-year-old Rachael Shardlow was swimming and having fun with her brother in the Calliope River, when things suddenly became dangerous. In the river she was attacked by the ominous ‘Box Jellyfish’, reportedly considered one of the deadliest creatures in the...

Spiders, Cobras, and Moose, Oh My! 16 Animals to Avoid on Your Next Trip

Spiders, Cobras, and Moose, Oh My! 16 Animals to Avoid on Your Next Trip April 19, 2010 | Featured, Travel Safety | Read More
Exploring nature and observing animals in their natural habitats is one of the better experiences a traveler can have while on the road. While most of the animals you’ll observe out in the wild are relatively harmless, there are a particular few that become aggressive when humans enter their domain....

Weekend Reading: Around the Web with NileGuide

Weekend Reading: Around the Web with NileGuide January 22, 2010 | Around the Web, Travel News | Read More
It’s been a busy week here NileGuide, and since it’s rather soggy in San Francisco, we’ve had plenty of time to explore everything around the web. Here’s what the NileGuide crew has been reading over the past week. Business Manager Victoria read about $65 tours of Los Angeles’s Gangland in...