4. Portuguese Man-of-War
This animal really true looks beautiful and many people mistake it for a jellyfish, this why a different name for this animal is False Jellyfish. You can find it mostly in a tropical and subtropical region of the Pacific and Indian ocean but sometimes the current move man-of-war to places where doesn’t usually live. The most mind-blowing fact about the man-of-war is that technically we should call it maneuver war because it’s an animal that made up of colony organism cooperating together.
Man-of-war has tentacles that can be 30 feet long which is used to paralyze and kills fish and other small creatures. Fortunately, for humans, a man-of-war is not deadly but extremely painful and the worst part about his venom is that it can stay on beaches for days after the animal itself is gone. So, if you are on a beach, look for a warning sign. If you are stung by a man-of-war don’t even think about peeing on the sting. This will only make things worse and you will look very silly. Instead, use cold to reduce the swelling and kill the pain.