The animal of the day is the Lion’s Mane Jellyfish. (Did you know: This is the largest species of jellyfish in the world! It’s bell [main body] can be up to 8 feet in diameter, and those trailing tentacles can measure up to 120 feet! [that’s longer than a blue whale!]
These species are only found in the cold waters of the Artic and North Pacific/Atantic oceans.
Because of their habitat, they rarely sting humans [who’s swimming in the fricking Artic?]. However, they’ve been known to wash up on shore, and sometimes people [idiots] are stung by messing around with the dead gigantic jellyfish.
The sting is temporary painful and never has been fatal.