Is a jellyfish one of the deadliest creatures?
Not even close...
Lion's Mane Jellyfish
One of the deadliest is the Portuguese Man of War. The man of war is not a jellyfish. It is a lot of different organisms in one body
A box jelly fish WRONG the Irukandji jellyfish is the most deadly
The Box Jellyfish
yes it is. it is the second most poisonous jellyfish in the world and the second deadliest animal in the world.
Australia's deadliest creatures include: Estuarine crocodile Venomous snakes, including the Inland Taipan, Coastal Taipan, Tiger Snake, Brown snake and Red-bellied black snake Spiders such as the Sydney Funnel web spider and the Redback spider Marine creatures such as the Blue-ringed octopus, Box jellyfish, Stonefish and Irukandji Great White Shark
Box jellyfish. They can kill you with one drop of venom in 10 minutes. One drop can also kill 50 men.
Chironix Fleckeri (spieces of jellyfish)
Estuarine crocodile Box jellyfish Inland taipan
a piranha is one of the most deadliest sea creatures in the world however they are only found in Brazil
people can eat jellyfish and other ocean creatures do to
a jellyfish is an example(:
The Box Jellyfish the 3rd most deadliest creature on earth in Australia and the barrier reef
No because shrimp are small creatures and jellyfish will sting if their tentacles are touched.
Australia's deadliest creature is the Box Jellyfish, a deadly invertebrate which inhabits the tropical and sub-tropical waters off Australia.
Radial?? jellyfish and starfish
A man-of-war jellyfish is a creature with many tiny creatures working together in its tentacles, so its tentacles are really colonies of deadly creatures.
it is the box jellyfish,saltwater crocodile,white shark and inland taipan
No because ther sea creatures
I think coral is.
all 10 are backstabbing creeps ;D
Australia is the continent and country which owns the deadliest creatures in the world. From the most dangerous snake (Inland Taipan), most dangerous shark (Bull Shark), most dangerous spider (Sydney Funnel Web Spider), most dangerous crocodile (Salt Water Crocodile), most dangerous Jellyfish (Box Jellyfish) and the king brown snake. These are just some of the dangerous creatures that inhabit Australia. However, out of all the things on Earth, mosquitoes actually kill the most people. Mosquitoes… Read More
Jellyfish are eaten by a number of unexpected creatures. Predators like Banner Fish, Sun Fish, Spade Fish, a number of sea turtles (including loggerheads and leatherbacks), Arrow Crabs and an assorted other sea creatures - on one incidence, a jellyfish was recorded being eaten by an anemone! hope it helps
the chironex fleckeri, a type of box jellyfish has the deadliest poison on earth. It's sting can kill sixty adults in just three minutes!
dolphins, sharks, whales and jellyfish are all examples of creatures that live in the sunlight zone.
Possible, but not likely. Jellyfish eat whatever they can catch in their tentacles, mainly smaller fishes, eggs and larvae of sea creatures and zooplankton. The larger species of jellyfish eat crustaceans and other jellyfish.
animals and creatures that have no bones are called no boner creatures for example a jellyfish a boneless but sometimes deadly creature.
No. Dragonflies are arthropods. Cnidarians are creatures such as jellyfish and sea anemones.
Fish, sharks, and sometimes dead creatures.
they are about the only sea creatures that eat jellyfish
Jelly Fish are like horrible smushy stinging creatures
Humans and jellyfish are both animals, both are living creatures that need to eat and reproduce to survive and maintain or grow their population.
the chironex fleckeri(a type of box jellyfish) wich can stop a human heart in 60 seconds.
There are no creatures that has ten tenticals. There are either eight of six an those sea creatures are squid octopipus and jellyfish
Some jellies are good because they play a part in the food chain while others, like, box jellyfish can harm the Great Barrier Reef. Box jellyfish have the most deadliest venom in the whole animal kingdom!
* Jellyfish have nematocysts, or stinging cells used for defense and capturing prey. * They never stop growing. * They are actually older than dinosaur. * Box Jellyfish are the deadliest creatures in the world. * When removed from water, they collapse into a blob because of high water content * they are made of 95% water * they can absorb oxygen through their membrane-like skin * the amount of venom in a Box Jellyfish… Read More
Some types of jellies, such as box jellyfish.
They are both boneless. Also they are obviously sea creatures.
They have been around for a very long time, maybe millions. They may be one of the first creatures to be living in the oceans.
Jellyfish eat anything that their tentacles can grab. Usually smaller fish and fish eggs / larvae of zooplankton and other sea creatures.
Not many sea creatures dare to eat this animal but the most common predator of the jellyfish is the common sea turtles.
No. Researches and marine biologists have found that loggerhead turtles often prey on the blue bottle jellyfish, which is the second of the most deadliest jellyfish in the world. The loggerhead turtle closes its eyes when its eats the tentacles because they are afraid their eyes will get stung by the jellyfish. The loggerhead is very immune to any jellyfish's sting. These jellyfish often swim away from them!
It is a really deadly creature...i have been stung by one and is called...Box Jellyfish. It is so dangerous that in Port Douglas/Queensland/Australia you have to swim in nets to not be stung. Second most dangerous animal is... a little animal (a jellyfish) called little bottom jellyfish. it is the size of a child's thumb but has incredible pain for something that small. So watch out.
The smallest deadliest jellyfish is the Malo Kingi Jellyfish which is a type of Irukandji Jellyfish. It inhabits the waters of Northern Australia and is no larger than an adults fingernail making them impossible to see in the water. There are two types of Irukandji Jellyfish the Malo Kingi and the Carukia Barnesi. If these jellies don't kill you they will at least leave you with a nasty case of Irukandji syndrome which results in… Read More
no it was not. it was one of the deadliest though
Large creatures live in the ocean, eat other animals, and get eaten by other animals. (example: Sea Turtles eat Jellyfish)
Cnideria is a major phylum (a sort of category) of animals that includes jellyfish-like creatures.
Yes, almost all sea creatures adapt where they live.