Australian Box Jellyfish…

Australian Box Jellyfish. You may have heard somewhere that jellyfish are dangerous. That’s true but none are as dangerous as the Australian Box Jellyfish. Also called a Sea Wasp, this jellyfish is frightening in appearance when you finally see it but it’s tough to see since it’s almost completely transparent. When you do see them, you might think that you’re looking at a mutant of some kind since they have multiple eyeballs on their stomachs. Creepy! They tend to be cube-shaped instead of dome-shaped so if you see something like that in the water then you might want to get away!

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