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Lion's mane jellyfish poisoning

Lion's mane jellyfish poisoning: Introduction

Lion's mane jellyfish poisoning: The Lion's mane jellyfish is a large stinging jellyfish found in the colder waters of the Atlantic, Arctic and Pacific Oceans. The jellyfish can deliver a painful sting with skin burning and blistering. Prolonged skin exposure can result in breathing problems, muscle cramps and even death. More detailed information about the symptoms, causes, and treatments of Lion's mane jellyfish poisoning is available below.

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