Giant jellyfish found in Tasmania

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Scientists are fascinated by a huge jellyfish that has washed ashore in Tasmania.

The whitish jellyfish, which is 1.5 metres across, was found by a family walking along the beach.

The jellyfish’s sting is not deadly.

The jellyfish is not known to scientists and the species is not yet classified.

Jellyfish experts believe the jellyfish is from the same group as the world’s largest species of jellyfish found in the Arctic, which grows to three metres across.

Article written by  D Mulhern

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