The Irukandji Jellyfish is one of the smallest and most venomous jellyfish in the world. It inhabits the waters around Australia, Florida, and the USA. They grow to be only about 1 cubic centimetre at adult size and are nearly invisible.
They are able to fire their tiny stingers into a part of the body, causing a very painful sting and symptoms that are all known as the Irukandji Syndrome.
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