It seems that beyond Hollywood actresses defending Dolphin hunts, Japan fisherman have yet another thing to worry about. Monstrous Nemopilema nomurai, or "Nomura's jellyfish" become abundant in Japan's Seas during their Autumn season. Growing up to 6 and a half feet, and weighing a gearthy 440 pounds, these Jelly fish are really a sight to be seen.
Despite their massive size, they are not as notorious for human deaths, unlike other monstrous sea creatures like the
However, The Namura's jellyfish are still a very unhappy sight to fisherman due to them killing other potential livestock in the same fishing nets.
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Sources: Japanese MSN , Wikipedia
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