Nomura’s Jellyfish also known as the Echizen kurage by the Japanese, is a large Japanese Jellyfish whose width is slightly larger than a height of a fully grown man. It can grow up to 2 meters and weigh about 450lb (220 kg) which is as heavy as a male lion. It is the biggest jellyfish in the world. When the Nomura’s Jellyfish is under attack or killed they release billions of sperm or eggs, they connect with the water and attach to rocks or coral formations. These eggs detach from their home when the conditions are favorable and grow into more jellyfish millions at a time.
This makes the problem of combating the Nomura Jellyfish even more difficult. And the baby Nomura’s Jellyfish grow from the size of a grain of rice to the size of a washing machine in less than six months.