Box, Irukandji, and Nomura Jellyfish: Predicted Number of Jellyfish Species and the Actual Value Cataloged, the Number of Jellyfish That Pose a Danger to Human Beings, Box Jellyfish Vision and Detest of the Color Red, Vision of the Box Jellyfish, Box Jellyfish Defense, Box Jellyfish Venom Toxin, the Discovery of Irukandji Jellyfish, Jellyfish Surviving Virtually Anywhere, Nomura Jellyfish Size, How Various Jellyfish Stalk Prey, Releasing Sperm and Eggs Upon Attack as a Defense Mechanism, and the Connection Between Pollution and Jellyfish Reproduction

Jellyfish have drifted within the world’s seas for over 600,000,000 (600 million) years. There may be up to 30,000 different species of jellyfish. Of the 2000 jellyfish species cataloged to date, approximately 70 are able to pose a danger to human beings, with the most dangerous being the box jellyfish which is thought to be the most venomous creature in the world. Box jellyfish can see and dodge obstacles in their path if they are black or dark in color but white or light colored shapes go unde...

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