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Box jellyfish antidote and new human species

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Box jellyfish antidote and the jawbone of ancient human species , the Denisovans

Excruciating pain and a quick death – A marvellous science journey led a University of Sydney research team to discover first antidote for box jellyfish venom and develop a handy topical ointment.

Widely traveled with a sense for mountaineering – jawbone of ancient human species, the Denisovans, gives hints about their mysterious ability to live in hypoxic environments (>3000 metres!!) and helps explain unique adaptation in Tibetans.





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