Golden Jellyfish (5/10)

Seperated for millions of years from their oceanic relatives, these Golden Jellyfish have made themselves a home in the remote Pacific Island chain of Palau, a marine lake on the island of Eil Malk. Unlike their more famous relatives, these jellyfish have, for the most part, lost their sting and instead rely on their symbiotic relationship with a type of algae that lives alongside it. Relying on the algae for photosynthesis, their constant following of the sun has led to a now famous path for potential visitors to watch.  

Written by James Metcalfe

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