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Lions Mane jellyfish, largest jellyfish in the world. Swimming in arctic waters before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago), among some of oldest surviving species in the world.  Largest can come in about 6 meters, tentacles over 50 meters long.

Lions Mane jellyfish, largest jellyfish in the world. Swimming in arctic waters before the dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago), among some of oldest surviving species in the world. Largest can come in about 6 meters, tentacles over 50 meters long.

The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic. AMAZING!

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The Lions Mane Jellyfish -- largest jelly fish in the world... Found in the boreal waters of the Arctic. AMAZING!

The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.

The Lions Mane Jellyfish is the largest jellyfish in the world. They have been swimming in arctic waters since before dinosaurs (over 650 million years ago) and are among some of the oldest surviving species in the world.

Lion's Mane #Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) – the largest known species of jellyfish.

Lion's Mane #Jellyfish (Cyanea capillata) – the largest known species of jellyfish.

Parasitic crustacean that eats fish tongues and puts itself into oral cavity as a replacement tongue

Parasitic crustacean that eats fish tongues and puts itself into oral cavity as a replacement tongue

Cymothoa exigua, or the tongue-eating louse.The parasite severs the blood vessels in the fish's tongue, causing the tongue to fall off. It then attaches itself to the stub of what was once its tongue and becomes the fish's new tongue.

Giant Beast, Indonesia | The Best Travel Photos

Giant Beast, Indonesia

Sailfish - A magnificent creature that can reach 110 km per hour (68mph) under water, making it the fastest waterdweller alive.

Sailfish - A magnificent creature that can reach 110 km per hour (68mph) under water, making it the fastest waterdweller alive.

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