Lions Mane Jellyfish: World Biggest Captive Jellyfish – About 150 people were standing by in a state park in Rye on Wednesday just to witness the Lions Mane jellyfish which already considered now as the world’s biggest jellyfish.
The Associated Press Officer Doug marine mud of the state identified as a lion’s mane jellyfish in a species that resembles the South.
Per description, the jellyfish is estimated to weigh 45-50 pounds and the longest was 13 feet the tentacle. The said jellyfish has a 14 inch diameter bell and pink tentacles. It was given already to The Deep Aquarium in Hull after being found off the East Yorkshire coast. Read more here
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