• Channon C.
    08/13/2020 12:24

    Don't Poke them!!

  • Le T.
    07/30/2020 12:27

    Australia, esp Queensland is also home to some of the deadliest box jellyfish!! So if visiting, then please follow signs on the beach for salt water crocs as well as box jellyfish!! 😜😂

  • Kathy R.
    07/27/2020 19:31

    I love the ocean

  • Hajera M.
    07/25/2020 16:40

    Fascinating creatures! But can be a threat to life.

  • Georgina N.
    07/25/2020 13:28


  • Charlotte P.
    07/25/2020 12:16

    "You should call the emergency services immediately if a sting leads to: -A whip-shaped purple lesion -Loss of consciousness -Increased heart rate -Severe pains in several parts of the body -Difficulty breathing -Vomitting" NO! You should call the emergency services/go to the emergency room IMMEDIATELY after being stung! Irukandji Syndrome usually has an onset time of 30 minutes. If you wait until you start to experience symptoms, you will end up prolonging your own suffering.

  • Ariel F.
    07/25/2020 09:58


  • Georgina N.
    07/20/2020 10:34


  • Gregory D.
    07/19/2020 22:23

    I was stung by a jellyfish while vacationing in Florida as a kid. Unfortunately I don’t remember a whole lot about it...just that I felt something attached to my side around the stomach/hip area and then a sharp shooting pain. My side was extremely red and had a burning sensation. I don’t event remember how we treated it. I think I just lay on the beach and waited for the pain to go away.

  • Gary W.
    07/19/2020 19:22

    If you go to Australia, in particular North Queensland and the sign says beach closed, follow it as the jellyfish there can maim or kill you.

  • Pedron A.
    07/19/2020 16:44


  • Pedron A.
    07/19/2020 16:43


  • Wendy R.
    07/19/2020 16:29

    Simple talcum powder takes the sting away

  • Miti A.
    07/19/2020 13:09

    True story, n u can die of gettin drown :S

  • Priyatosh M.
    07/19/2020 12:44


  • David K.
    07/19/2020 12:37

    Dear Brut, poisonous and venomous are not synonymous. Poison is ingested, venom is injected. A jellyfish cannot be poisonous if it injects it's venom. It's 2020, this shouldn't be a topic that still needs clarification.

  • Sarah K.
    07/19/2020 12:05


  • Sahil R.
    07/19/2020 11:02

    The jellyfish is a none dying creature in water. Since human assholity and stupidness led to a great reduction in the number of turtle due to plastic, pollution,etc. Now these so fantastic non dying creature are reproducing so fast as they don't have much demand. So let's congrats human actions again for disturbing the eco system.

  • Freddy H.
    07/19/2020 10:59

    Or you can just listen to them 😊: https://youtu.be/bP1SkB-Sny4

  • Cherry M.
    07/19/2020 10:50

    Yes I saw that in US

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