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Amazing video shots of jellyfish stings captured in the high-speed camera

A famous rocket engineer – Destin Sandlin, shot this video. Destin gives the credit to the combination of sharp camera lens and slow motion microscope mechanism, without which, these stings could not be captured with the human eye.

Destin also expressed his views about jellyfish as the “most venomous animal in the world”. It was just a moment when the team triggered the sting by touching its tentacle using two cables that within 10 milliseconds, the jellyfish deployed miniscule needle shaped protuberances by squirting out venom.

The latest video of the best view of jellyfish sting was released on you tube’s show ‘Smarter Every Day’

The latest video of the best view of jellyfish sting was released on you tube’s show ‘Smarter Every Day’

This video will mark a memorable moment in the science books for the science students and ocean lovers.

According to Dr. James Seymour; “We’ve seen venom come out the end of these things, but we’ve never seen that delay between deployment and injection. This is the sort of stuff I expected, which made me get up in the morning. It’s the joy of actually coming in and going. I just saw something that nobody else in the world has ever seen before.”

Do not forget to watch the recent video on you tube.

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