Venomous ‘Blue Dragons’ Show Up on Texas Beaches
Now we have to deal with this.
2020 is throwing curveballs at us and we don't know if it will ever stop. Just last week we were told that "Murder Hornets" were in the United States and now we have "Blue Dragons" washing up onshore.
These venomous sea slugs have washed up on shore at Padre Island National Seashore in Texas.
They aren't very big, but they can be vicious when it comes to defending itself.
A message, which is posted below, is warning folks to not mess with these if you see them on the beach. Their sting/bite can be very painful.
I share this with you not to scare you, but to warn you. Many of us may soon be on the beach and I thought that you should be aware of what may be washing up on the shore.
While these creatures may be rare in numbers, you should still stay from them if you cross one on the beach. Just keep walking.