The largest jellyfish that has ever been recorded is a Lion’s Mane. Its bell was 2 m across and its tentacles were approximately 35 m.
The largest jellyfish ever recorded/discovered is the Lion’s mane jellyfish that lives in the freezing waters of the Arctic, northern Atlantic and northern Pacific Oceans. This species of jellyfish’s body has an approximate diameter of 2.3 m (7 feet 6 inches) and tentacles 36.5 m long. It is longer than a blue whale and is considered the longest known animal in the world.
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