While having a dive in The Pass in Byron Bay that is on New South Wales’s north coast,  Tim Samuel, a photographer from Australia had captured a marvelous picture. He had captured a picture of a fish stuck inside a jellyfish. Such a picture is very rare to see and maybe it’s a once-in-a-lifetime chance. What’s more interesting is that Tim had said that the fish could control the way the jellyfish moves.

As seen in the photos the fish seems kind of scared or maybe confused about what had happened. Seems that the fellow is in a prison made of jelly. Tim had been a photographer for more than 5 years and before that, he had been a surfing instructor. He had said that during the time he had spent on waters he had never seen such a thing.

More info & Photo courtesy: Tim Samuel | Instagram


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A professor from Queensland University Ian Tibbetts had said to Australian Geographic that it’s a bit hard to say whether the fish is happy to be there or the incident had happened at that time. There are some fish that find shelter under the stingers of the jellyfish. In this maybe the fish had accidentally ended in the jelly prison. Anyhow these pictures are very rare and also is kind of wired.


image credits: Mymodernmet


image credits: Mymodernmet

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