The exotic creatures coming to beaches as Wales becomes 'more like the Mediterranean'

Unusual and exotic marine species will become more common on Welsh coasts as sea temperatures rise, according to a marine biologist.

Frankie Hobro, owner and director of Anglesey Sea Zoo, Brynsiencyn, said that if current trends continue, warm-water sharks, turtles and jellyfish will visit in greater numbers and for longer periods over the coming years.

Signs of The End Times.