Aussie photographer Tim Samuel captured this once-in-a-lifetime shot while free diving in Byron Bay with a friend
Nobody knows quite how the confused-looking fish got in there, and despite this, it still looked like the fish was able to control the movements of the jellyfish.
Samuel claims in all his five years of diving, he has never seen anything quite like this, and neither have we.
You really have to see it to believe it, in this bizarre yet oddly beautiful scene.
“I knew pretty quickly what I was looking at,” Tim told Bored Panda. “I did have to do a couple of double-takes though. I was both completely amazed and confused by what I saw.”
“It was interesting to see how the two of them moved through the water,” he told HuffPost. “The fish propelled the jellyfish, but wobbled around and was being thrown off course by the jellyfish, and sometimes was forced to swim in circles.”
Check out Tim’s Instagram for more of his stunning photography.