Jellyfish invasion at Tanjung Aru


Lifeguards giving first aid to Marshada Shirlin after she was stung by a jellyfish at the popular Tanjung Aru beach in Kota Kinabalu on Saturday.

KOTA KINABALU: The jellyfish invasion at the popular Tanjung Aru beach is showing no sign of abating.

A nine-year-old girl became the latest victim to be stung by jellyfish, bringing the total known cases to 22 this month.

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