New Antidote for World’s Deadliest Jellyfish Discovered

Last week, researchers at University of Sydney discovered a new antidote for a sting delivered by the Australian Box Jellyfish, the most venomous creature on Earth. They can grow up to 3 metres long and carry enough venom to kill more than 60 humans!

We’re speaking to Associate Professor Greg Neely who made the medical discovery working with a team of pain researchers. Their study was also published in Nature Communications, a prestigious journal.


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