The fish, which are commonly found in the sandy beaches around the coast, live in the tidal flat exposed during the tide.
Eyes are known to cause allergic reactions and irritable shocks in advance.
Pregnancy in the eyes may cause swelling and erythema, and this discomfort may last up to two weeks. When you are struck by this fish, it is helpful to immerse the painful area in warm water over 40 degrees Celsius to let the poison go out.
Irish water safety expert John Ritchie said it was difficult to find because he was camouflaging himself in the sand.
If you enter an area where people do not go well, these fish may be swimming around. "I have to go to the emergency room because I can feel the tremendous pain that the spine on the foot is stuck in the foot of the person.
Rich said the slowest thing along the beach is the most dangerous thing.
People should be aware of their presence by pounding footsteps from the sandy beach so that these fish can swim away.