Golden Jellyfish Don’t Just Go With The Flow


Jellyfish Lake is connected to the Pacific Ocean through a deep network of fissures and tunnels through the surrounding limestone but it remains isolated enough to support its own ecosystem.


A scuba diver taking a closer look at one of the world’s biggest jellyfish.

Here, golden jellyfish move in unison through a daily cycle following the arc of the sun across the sky, chasing the sunlight.


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