Subject: Is it true that jellyfish don't sting you when you pick them up?
Date: Sun Sep 9 07:15:04 2007
Posted by Camille
Grade level: K-3
City: Mandeville State/Province: LA
Area of science: Zoology
We were at the beach this past week, and two men were picking jellyfish up with
their hands. When we asked them why they were not getting stung they said it is
because you don't have pores in the palm of your hand, and a jellyfish's toxins
sting you where you have pores. Is this true?
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