Cannonball jelly fish are attracting giant sea turtles along the shores of Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. Strong winds are pushing the large jellyfish closer to shore. The jellyfish can reach up to ten-inches in diameter and don't usually sting humans. A main predator of the cannonball is the endangered leatherback sea turtle. Water temps are rising and that means the jellyfish are going to show up more bringing the huge turtles along.
One ranger at Myrtle Beach State Park says the turtles can weigh 500 to 1,000 pounds.