The fabulous September weather has meant a return of jelly fish to Swansea and Gower beaches.
The unseasonably warm temperatures have warmed up the seawater around the coast and this has attracted the large jelly fish.
These get washed up on the beaches and are left high and dry by the tide.
Whilst this is an unpleasant side effect of the balmy weather as long as you don't touch them they are harmless.
Also, they will normally be brought back to liife as the tide comes in and they get washed back out to sea.
3rd July 2013