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BRIGHTON BEACH, N.J. (CBS) — A rare blue button jellyfish was spotted at the Jersey Shore.
Wildlife experts believe the blue button jellyfish washed up on Jersey beaches as a result of Hurricane Florence.
They were spotted on Sept. 25 at Brighton Beach.
The blue button jellyfish is not really a jellyfish, but actually a collection of lifeforms. They’re not dangerous, but they can sting.
They’re usually found in tropical climates.