I have had a long lasting debate with a friend about this.
He says it's the box jellyfish
but I say it's one of the sea snakes (cant remember which one)
I seem to remember watching some tv prog (david attenborough) and he said that the snake WAS the most venomous but very rarely bites and it could be handled safely.
But I need evidence to show my friend, or to convince myself that I'm wrong
I am not interested in daddy longlegs - harmless. Or poison arrow tree frogs - no venom, only very toxic slime
If you can find a source it would be great.
Oh bye the way is there a way to scientifically determine the potency of a venom - since they act in different ways?