Monday, July 12, 2010
MLJET ISALND, Croatia - It may be pretty to look at, but you might be a little intimidated if you came face to face with it.
This giant jelly fish, all 11 and half feet of it, was found in the southern part of the Adriatic Sea.
It's a type of jellyfish rarely seen in the Adriatic and it was videotaped at a depth of more than 90-feet.
It's a carnivorous jellyfish that eats other sea creatures and other jellyfish too.
Some call it a compass jellyfish because the markings on its body radiate from the center like a compass.