MYRTLE BEACH, S.C. - South Carolina officials are warning beachgoers as Portuguese man o' wars wash ashore.
The venomous creatures appeared at Sullivan's Island last month, and now they are washing up along Myrtle Beach.
The venomous tentacles are powerful enough to kill fish.
It's rarely deadly for humans, but has a powerful sting.
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