I'm watching the Discovery Channel and they are showing a program about the VERY DEADLY irragonji (phonetc spelling) jellyfish. This jellyfish is the size of a fingernail and the tenacles are the thickness of a hair. There is no known antidote to its sting, and a sting is easily fatal. The doctor, (who was featured, has been studying them for years, trying to warn the world of their existannce) and his girlfriend? both got stung, she unknowingly had a piece of broken tenacle on her dving glove, and got stung on the boat, on her wrist, and the sting was treated with vinegar immediately (which stops additional stings); she was in the hospital for two weeks, under the heaviest doasge of morphine, and she suffered immensely the entire two weeks. He got stung on his lip, and it was treated immediately with vinegar. He was somewhat luckier; he managed to recover in two days, but he too was under the heaviest allowed morphine dose and he was still in total agony. They mentioned these are headed for Australia---I hope to be able to find more info. Is this scary, or what??