By Kelly

Normally I favour something a little silly on a Sunday, but today I am going for something a little more meditative, or creepy depending on how you feel about jellyfish. Underwater photographer Sarosh Jacob describes the location “Palau is a special place. Thousands of years ago these jellyfish became trapped in a natural basin on the island when the ocean receded. Over time they evolved into a new species that lost their stinging ability.” Don’t forget it’s an isolated lake, I still maintain jelly fish are not taking over the oceans!

For more incredible underwater videos check out Mr Jabob’s on Vimeo, or for more spectacular photographs like this one go to his website here, or like him on Facebook here.