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Blue Ringed Octopus is quite small, only about the size of a golf ball. But this beautiful little creature has enough venom that can kill 26 full grown adults. Unfortunately, no antidote is available. Its bite can kill a person within minutes as they will be completely paralyzed and unable to breathe. After the bite, its victims will maintain their consciousness for a few hours to let the venom get neutralized by their body. Its victim can be saved if artificial respiration is continued.

Blue Ringed Octopus is quite small, only about the size of a golf ball. But this beautiful little creature has enough venom that can kill 26 full grown adults. Unfortunately, no antidote is available. Its bite can kill a person within minutes as they will be completely paralyzed and unable to breathe. After the bite, its victims will maintain their consciousness for a few hours to let the venom get neutralized by their body. Its victim can be saved if artificial respiration is continued.

octopus - this one is poisonous.  Found in the barrier reef, Australia  Blue Ringed Octopus

octopus - this one is poisonous. Found in the barrier reef, Australia Blue Ringed Octopus

A diver swims alongside a Greenland shark, a rarely-seen species that looks like it has been etched from stone. They can survive for more than 200 years at depths of up to 600 metres under Arctic ice. They grow to 23-feet long and are so fearsome they have even been known to eat polar bears

A diver swims alongside a Greenland shark, a rarely-seen species that looks like it has been etched from stone. They can survive for more than 200 years at depths of up to 600 metres under Arctic ice. They grow to 23-feet long and are so fearsome they have even been known to eat polar bears

Lion fish are invasive predators in the Caribbean. They eat, eat and eat the little reef fish. If you see one spear it. If you see on on a menu order it. Lion fish is a delicate and delicious fish. Good for the reef, the fisherman and everyone who spears or eats one.

Lion fish are invasive predators in the Caribbean. They eat, eat and eat the little reef fish. If you see one spear it. If you see on on a menu order it. Lion fish is a delicate and delicious fish. Good for the reef, the fisherman and everyone who spears or eats one.

Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Nudibranchs are gastropod mollusks which live in the oceans worldwide from the polar regions to the tropics.  The slugs live in virtually all depths and various species range from the shallow intertidal surf to  depths of more than over 700m.  Although the majority of nudibranchs are benthic creatures which crawl along the seafloor, some prefer other lives and float upside down under the oceans surface or swim in the water column…

Nudibranch by Dermal Denticles via ferrebeekeeper: Nudibranchs are gastropod mollusks which live in the oceans worldwide from the polar regions to the tropics. The slugs live in virtually all depths and various species range from the shallow intertidal surf to depths of more than over 700m. Although the majority of nudibranchs are benthic creatures which crawl along the seafloor, some prefer other lives and float upside down under the oceans surface or swim in the water column…

Blue Dragon Galaucus: They feed on the poisonous Man of War Jellyfish, collecting the animal's toxins and storing them in little sacs on the end of their feather-like "fingers." The Blue Dragon can produce a much more powerful and deadly sting than the Man of War due to its ability to store the poison.  ** They float on top of the ocean on their backs.

Blue Dragon Galaucus: They feed on the poisonous Man of War Jellyfish, collecting the animal's toxins and storing them in little sacs on the end of their feather-like "fingers." The Blue Dragon can produce a much more powerful and deadly sting than the Man of War due to its ability to store the poison. ** They float on top of the ocean on their backs.

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.

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