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Perth teen lucky to escape serious injury after bite from deadly blue-ringed octopus at Shoalwater

Perth teen lucky to escape serious injury after bite from deadly blue-ringed octopus at Shoalwater

A young man has been rushed to hospital after he was bitten by a blue-ringed octopus while combing for shells at a Perth beach.

Jacob Eggington, 18, was scouring the coast at Shoalwater in Perth’s southern suburbs on Sunday when the emergency unfolded.

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The Palmyra man suffered a small, painless bite on his leg and his health quickly took a turn.

He was stretchered off the beach by paramedics and was treated at Rockingham General Hospital for over six hours.

Eggington had been hunting for shells for his niece and the deadly sea creature only emerged when he went to show the toddler what he had collected.

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Marine scientist Jennifer Verduin said a bite from a blue-ringed octopus could be fatal within 30 minutes.

The professor said they were so common at Perth beaches, she never entered the water without a pair of reef shoes.

“They’re very good at hiding so we wouldn’t normally see them often — but they are there,” Verduin said.

Blue-ringed octopuses are “rarely more than 12cm long” and are normally well camouflaged.

When irritated or disturbed, they quickly develop colourful blue rings.

A Perth man has been bitten by a blue-ringed octopus. Credit: 7NEWS

The Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions says a bite from one does not cause pain and puncture marks may not be visible.

“Numbness will be experienced, and it may become difficult to speak or see,” the department says.

“If you are unlucky enough to be bitten, you should keep the injured limb still, put direct pressure on the wound and seek urgent medical aid.”

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