Have you ever seen what looks like tiny blobs of clear jello on the beach? Every once in awhile I’d see hundreds, maybe thousands of them, washed up on shore. I always thought they were jellyfish of some sort — but they don’t exactly look like jellyfish. Now, Chris Parsons finally explains what they are: Salps! See the article in Bay-to-Beach Life HERE.
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