Not much is known about the mysterious species, which measures 50cm long and has a sting so powerful that it can be felt in the water surrounding the creature.More at the link
It was found by an aquarist who was releasing a rescued sea turtle. Puk Scivyer, who works at UnderWater World aquarium in Mooloolaba, said: ‘As soon as I saw it I realised it was a species I'd never seen before.
‘But to then discover I was the first person to see this species in over a hundred years was just incredible.’
Saturday, November 23, 2013
"Huge deadly pink jellyfish rediscovered 100 YEARS after it was last seen off the Australian coast"
"The incredibly rare Crambione Cookii has not been seen since 1910 but has been recently spotted off the coast of Queensland, Australia, where it was captured."