Jellyfish Lake

15 May 2016

Over at our sibling site all about the wonders of nature, Ark in Space, there is an article about one of the stranger places on earth – Jellyfish Lake. Every day millions of golden jellyfish migrate – no big surprise there you might say.  However, you might not expect them to migrate horizontally across a lake.  Still, a visit to Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk, an island in Palau, in the Pacific Ocean, will confirm just that.  Yet just how on earth did these jellyfish get to the lake in the first place?

So, if you are not too squeamish, why not head over to Ark in Space and take a look at this weird quirk of Mother Nature?

Image Credit Flickr User Tobze


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