The Lion’s Mane jellyfish, although varying, in size, can have tentacles average around 100 feet. The longest on record was on a dead Lion’s mane that washed up on a beach in Massachusetts in 1870, with 120 foot long tentacles.
The longest jellyfish is the Arctic Lion’s Mane, which are found throughout all the world’s oceans and even in freshwater too.
They can grow to over 100 feet in length!
Now for some jellyfish facts:
Jellyfish have no heart.
Jellyfish have no blood.
Jellyfish are 95% water.
Jellyfish first appeared about 650 million years ago.
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