Underwater Zen: Soothe the Soul With Jellyfish Lake (VIDEO)

Sal holds a political science degree from the George Washington University. He's written about all things environment since 2007.

Lookin’ to zone out for a few minutes and rejuvenate your batteries?

This is the zen video for you.

Shot and edited by Sarosh Jacob, the piece was filmed at Jellyfish Lake on Eli Malk Island in the Republic of Palau.

To answer your question—no, the jellyfish do not sting.

As Jarosh explains on his Vimeo page, in the twelve thousand years since the jellyfish became trapped in a natural basin on the island, they evolved into a new species “that lost their stinging ability.”

Thanks to The Daily What for this underwater tonic.

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