Experts are warning that British beaches could become overrun with sea life not normally seen on our shores, and it could have potentially dangerous consequences
British beaches are being overrun by weird creatures – and some even pose a danger to sun-chasers.
Due to the country’s hotter-than-normal weather in recent years, the UK’s coastline is looking more like the Mediterranean than Skegness – to some lost beasts anyway.
With the hotter weather there’s been an influx of sea life rarely seen in this country.
From sharks to turtles and jellyfish, experts are now claiming that some of the creatures are going to cause issues in the long wrong.
Speaking to North Wales Live, Frankie Hobro, the owner and director of Anglesey Sea Zoo said: “In August into September, we’ve been getting water temperatures of 18-19C, and occasionally 20C – these are what you would expect to see in the Mediterranean.