The recent strong winds from Storm Darcy have seen a warning about poisonous starfish being swept onto our beaches here in Suffolk.
The warning from Eastern Inshore Fisheries and Conservation Authority, says the fish may may contain Paralytic toxins that could be harmful to humans and dogs if consumed.
They're urging you to keep dogs on leads for the time being - but if they become unwell to contact your local vet.
The symptoms below are those described for human intoxication, similar symptoms are expected to occur in mammals exposed to toxic levels of PSP.
Symptoms develop quickly, usually within 30 minutes, and include: