Portuguese Man O’ War

Portuguese Man of War Jellyfish

Environmental Group: Portuguese Man O’ War Now Spotted Along Much Of Long Island

The dangerous and venomous Portuguese man o’ war has now been spotted along Long Island from Robert Moses State Park all the way to Montauk, according to an environmental group.


This Portuguese man o' war was found on a beach on Fire Island. (Credit: CBS2)

Dangerous Portuguese Man O’ War Finds Its Way Onto Fire Island Beaches

Two children on Fire Island were among the latest victims of the stinging Portuguese man o’ war.


Portuguese Man O' War (credit: CBS2)

More Portuguese Man O’ War Pop Up On New Jersey Beaches

More Portuguese man o’ war are making their way onto New Jersey’s beaches, officials said.


Portuguese Man O' War

Venomous Portuguese Man O’ War Washes Up On New Jersey Beach

A potentially painful nuisance washed up on a beach in New Jersey. Lifeguards on Long Beach Island found a ‘Man of War’ on the sand, now beach goers are being warned.


Portuguese Man O' War

Dangerous Portuguese Man O’ War Invade Long Island Beaches

Beachgoers have been advised to be on the lookout, as dozens of venomous Portuguese man o’ war have been washed ashore on beaches along the East End of Long Island.