Sabtu, 23 April 2011

Box Jellyfish, the Most Poisonous Animals in the World

Cobra, blue ringed octopus, scorpion, or the Brazilian wandering spider is the animals that are poisonous. But above all, there is one other animal that has the most deadly poisons. The animal is the Box Jellyfish or box jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri). Since 1954, carrying as many as 5567 people were killed stung by their tentacles or tentacle. Number is likely more than that.


As quoted from Dumage, April 19, 2011, poisonous jellyfish is one of the most deadly in the world. If stung, the poison will attack the heart, nervous system and skin cells. And worse, the box jellyfish can be very painful that the people affected will experience a shock, heart attack or drowned before being able to get out of the water. Those who survived the attack jellyfish box jellyfish will experience pain several weeks after contact with him. In fact, humans do not have a chance to survive if the poison had spread through the blood vessels.

Those who are affected by these jellyfish can be given the vinegar at least 30 seconds after touching. According to research, vinegar contains acetic acid that can paralyze jellyfish nematocysts that have not entered into the bloodstream (although these steps do not relieve pain). Wearing a bathing suit that covered the body while swimming in the ocean is one of the best preventive measures to reduce risk jellyfish attack your feet. Box jellyfish jelly itself is highly toxic to live in the waters around Asia and Australia.

source : @terselubung

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