STUNG by a Man O' War Jellyfish!
On this episode, Mark is getting STUNG by a Man O’ War! The Portuguese Man O’ War may look beautiful.. but in this case, with beauty comes pain. Thousands of people are stung by these jellyfish like predators every year, and the effects can be brutal. So in order to compare the effectiveness of the most famous remedies for being stung by this creature, Mark is getting stung not once but TWICE – side by side on the same arm! So, which antidote will work best for healing the sting of a Man O’ War?! Watch now to find out!
For more info on Man O’ War stings, check out this article: http://bit.ly/MANOWARSTING
Thank you to Dr. Hunter Hines for the microscopic footage used in this episode! Follow him on Instagram: @microbialecology
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