Diving With Millions Of Jellyfish

One particular quirk about isolated islands is that the animals that live there often don’t have any natural predators. That’s what makes the island of Palau in the western Pacific so intriguing, and what makes this video possible– the swarms of jellyfish surrounding this diver are completely harmless. They do have stingers, but the poison, never having been tested by natural predation, is too weak to cause any pain or damage.

Chris Altman
Chris Altman is a freelancing writer and artist based out of Brooklyn, NY.
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