Credit: EVGENY KOVBAN/SCIENCE PHOTO LIBRARY

Caption: Young woman showing a jellyfish sting on her arm, and describing its stinging. Jellyfish have tentacles bearing stinging cells called nematocysts, which fire tiny venom-laden harpoons into the skin. They use these to catch fish and other marine animals. The vary widely in their effect on humans, from no effect at all to a quick death. Filmed on a dive boat in Thailand.

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Jellyfish sting on woman's arm

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