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TOP 10 Deadliest Animals In The World - You’ll Never Guess who is #1

Australian Box Jelly Fish - Another one of the worlds deadliest animals. If stung, the venom contained in their tentacles attacks a human’s cardiac and nervous system. Beautiful but deadly

Australian jellyfish carried to Calif. coast by warm El Nino currents

Australian jellyfish carried to Calif. coast by warm El Nino currents

A rare species of jellyfish that usually lives in the western Pacific has shown up on California's shores and experts suspect it's yet another sign of the year's major El Nino event.

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24 amazing underwater photos - Credit: Ross Gudgeon/Barcroft Media 'Inner glow' - A jellyfish in Ningaloo Reef, Australia

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Australia's Coral Sea is one of the last remaining places on Earth where populations of jellyfish like this one, as well as large fish such as sharks, tuna and billfish, remain healthy.

Australian jellyfish

A nice Image gallery of Jellyfish

The box jellyfish (pictured), found in Australia,  is highly dangerous - responsible for 799 deaths

The box jellyfish (pictured), found in Australia, is highly dangerous - responsible for 799 deaths. Oddly, it has 12 eyes (arranged in groups of three on each of its four "sides"), but no brain.

Australian Box Jellyfish  (you dont swim in the ocean in north Queensland from November to April, these things kill.)

Australian Box Jellyfish (you dont swim in the ocean in north Queensland from November to April, these things kill.) This specimen takes the cake for being the most lethal jellyfish in the entire world.

The thing I love about Jellies is that WE'RE RELATED TO THEM. Evolution is so cool.

The Australian or white-spotted jellyfish (Phyllorhiza punctata), are a beautiful species native to the Western Pacific ocean, but also found in North America, where they are an invasive species. See more jellies on the next page!

In 2000, a bloom of sea tomato jellyfish in Australia was so enormous %u2014 it stretched for more than 1,000 miles from north to south %u2014 that it was even visible from space. It was certainly a bloom that Australian jellyfish researcher Lisa-ann Gershwin won't forget. While most blooms are not quite that big, Gershwin's survey of research on jellyfish from the last few decades indicate that populations are most likely on the rise, and that this boom is taking place in an ocean that is…

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Pin It Credit: Jellyfish image via Shutterstock In a bloom of sea tomato jellyfish in Australia was so enormous — it stretched for more than miles from north to south — that it was even visible from space.

Aboriginal Art. Box Jellyfish by Darlene Devery a self professed new wave contemporary Australian Indigenous artist - a stunning emerging talent to watch... Artwork for sale, make an offer www.artinvesta.com/artist/16 Australia Aboriginal art

Box Jellyfish by Darlene Devery, a self professed new wave contemporary Australian Indigenous artist - a stunning emerging talent to watch

beautiful jellyfish. i think they make swim choreographic when they listen classical music

Incredibly beautiful Australian or white-spotted jellyfish (Phyllorhiza punctata) at the California Academy of Sciences almost look like little swimming blue toadstools!

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