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Introduction Lethal box jellyfish are a serious threat throughout South-East Asia. Children are especially vulnerable though the world's most venomous animal does not discriminate. This blog began following the tragic death of an 11-year old girl stung by a box jellyfish while on holiday with her family at Thailand's Koh Lanta in 2008. Making everyone aware of the risk and safe from harm is our only aim. So if you are visiting and intending on entering the sea in Thailand, Malaysia, the Philippines, Indonesia, Cambodia, Vietnam and anywhere else in the Indo-Pacific region, please read these posts as this is the habitat of jellyfish that can kill in just a few minutes. Disclaimer: All content in this blog is considered true and correct at the time of writing. Blog Boxie will not be held responsible for the actions of others, any adverse or otherwise outcomes and will stand by all comments and opinions in the name of safety.
Interests We are interested to hear from you if you have any questions or comments or have been stung or heard about someone being stung by a box jellyfish - not only in this region. Leave a comment and we will get back to you. Or send an email Alternatively, the Facebook page 'Jellyfish Stings Thailand, Malaysia, Philippines' is where you can report a jellyfish sting and find out more about stings in the region.