Blue turquoise waves lap at white sand on the Spanish island of Formentera, in the Mediterranean. Sweaty tourists from all over Europe cram the beach. But this particular afternoon, no one dares take a cool dip in the water.

The reason? It’s what Spaniards call “medusas” — named after the monster …Read More

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