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British online newspaper Telegraph is reporting that filming of the upcoming Kate Hudson and Matthew McConaughey movie "Fool's Gold" has been stopped because of a potentially deadly, but tiny, jellyfish has been found in the area in which the stars were going to be filmed swimming.
A deadly species of jellyfish is spreading along Australia's coastline as a result of global warming, scientists warned yesterday.
Irukandji jellyfish are among the world's most toxic creatures.
The size of a thumbnail and translucent, they are all but impossible to detect in the water - but pack a potentially lethal punch belying their tiny size.
Click the Read link for the full article and a photo of the offending creature.
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