While jellyfish are predominantly known for their stings, most species are quite harmless. However, some jellyfish of the Cubozoa class, such as the Box jellyfish and the Irukandji jellyfish, can be deadly towards humans. Most jellyfish toxin isn’t fatal by itself, but it can cause anaphylaxis and shock which can ultimately lead to drowning if a stung individual is alone in open water.
- Recommended Age: 3
- Size in cm: 4.75 W x 5.5 H
- Size in inches: 1.87 W x 2.17 H