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Statistics About The Most Dangerous Jellyfish

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"Approximately 100 deaths are attributed annually to the various species of jellyfish around the world."

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"There are 51 known species of Box Jellyfish."

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"Box Jellyfish has tentacles that can reach up to 3 meters in length."

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"A Box Jellyfish sting can cause death within 2 to 5 minutes."

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"The Japanese Sea Nettle (Chrysaora pacifica) can have a bell diameter of up to 0.3 m and tentacles length of up to 3 m."

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"The Man of War, which is often mistaken for a jellyfish, has a venomous sting that can paralyze small fish and crustaceans."

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"The Irukandji jellyfish, one of the world’s most venomous creatures, is only about one cubic centimeter in size."

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"The Irukandji Jellyfish has been found as far away from Australia’s waters, including in Japan and the British Isles."

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"The Blue Bottle jellyfish sting around 10,000-30,000 people each year on Australia's east coast."

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"The amount of pain caused by a box jellyfish's sting can vary depending on its size and age."

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"Portuguese Man of War stings are responsible for up to 10,000 human stings in Australia each summer."

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"The Sea Nettle's sting is ranked as moderate to severe and can lead to muscle cramps and breathing difficulties."

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"There are 16 known species of Irukandji jellyfish."

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"The Irukandji jellyfish's sting can cause fatal brain hemorrhages."

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"European data indicate that there were more than 150,000 jellyfish stings in the summer of 2014 alone."

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"The Irukandji Jellyfish's venom is 100 times as potent as that of a cobra."

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"The Lion’s Mane Jellyfish, the largest known jellyfish species, is also dangerous to humans with its powerful sting that can cause blisters and intense pain."

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"In 2015, nearly 500 people were treated for jellyfish stings in Florida over a single weekend."

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