The world's Longest jellyfish


THE WORLD'S LONGEST JELLYFISH
THE LONGEST LIST OF THE LONGEST STUFF AT THE LONGEST DOMAIN NAME AT LONG LAST

What is the world's longest jellyfish?

Before we get into the world's longest jellyfish we thought we'd throw in the world's deadliest, the Australian sea wasp which holds enough poison to kill over 50 adults.

Now for the longest, which is the Arctic Lion's Mane, but don't let the name fool you, they are found throughout all the world's oceans and even in  freshwater too.

The Arctic Lion's Mane's tentacles can grow to over 100 feet in length.

Now for some jellyfish facts:

  • Jellyfish have no heart.

  • Jellyfish have no blood.

  • Jellyfish have no heart.

  • Jellyfish are 95% water.

  • Jellyfish first appeared about 650 million years ago.

  • Women's hosiery is an effective defense against jellyfish stings.

The world's Longest jellyfish
Arctic Lion's Mane


The world's Longest jellyfish

The world's Longest jellyfish

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