A lake bursting with jellyfish sounds dangerous. But in Jellyfish Lake on the Pacific island of Palau, you're at no risk among the millions of golden jellyfish. Yes, millions. Dive right in.
A Sting No More Harmful Than A Hug
How'd They All Get Here?
Welcome to Jellyfish Lake
Key Facts In This Video
Millions of jellyfish reside in Jellyfish Lake on Eil Malk island in Palau. 00:28
The jellyfish in Jellyfish Lake survive on algae inside their bodies that turn sunlight into sugar. 00:41
The jellyfish in Jellyfish Lake drift along the surface so the dawn sunlight feeds the symbiosis that keeps them alive. 01:55
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