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Bizarre photo of a fish in a jellyfish

Wildlife

Byron Bay photographer Tim Samuel didn’t quite know what he was seeing when he snapped this incredible image of a fish in a very bizarre predicament – seemingly trapped inside a jellyfish.

GALLERY: Australia’s top 10 most venomous animals

Wildlife

Venom is commonly measured by the LD50: the concentration of toxin (lethal dose, mg/kg) required to kill half of a test animal group. A smaller number indicates more concentrated venom, with the most venomous species gaining a rating of <1. These are Australia's most venomous animals, ranked by their LD50 rating.