Beach walkers are being advised to keep clear of Portuguese Man o’ Wars that are being reported washed ashore along the Pembrokeshire coast.
The Man o’ War is made up of a colony of organisms working together, and often mistaken for a jellyfish.
For humans and dogs a Man o’ War sting can be extremely painful and dead Man o’ Wars can still deliver a sting.
Pembrokeshire County Council’s Beaches Officer Myrddin Dennis, said: “It’s not unusual for Man o’ Wars to wash up on the Pembrokeshire shore and we are receiving calls about them from around our coastline.
“Our advice would be to keep your distance and not to touch them. Please also keep your dogs on leads so they don’t get too close.”