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    One of the tourists was filming their landing when he saw a huge number of unpleasant marine animals in the water below them. Their first reaction was to laugh about the situation but later one of them started screaming: "No, no, no, no!"

    A video uploaded by the Daily Mail's Twitter account shows two parasailers landing in the sea literally full of hundreds of jellyfish.

    One of the parasailers starts screaming "no, no, no" as he sees where they were going to land.

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