Far out, man.
Rare Psychedelic Jellyfish Spotted By Deep Sea Rover

This is some rare footage of a small (bell diameter ~1.1-inches) psychedelic jelly (Crossota millsae) spotted by one of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute’s robotic deep sea rovers in the midnight zone, the absolutely pitch black area of the sea from a depth of around 3,500-feet downward. Just look at that spaghetti metroid — and some people still don’t believe aliens exist. What more proof do you need besides this video and the stories I drunkenly tell at bars? *slams beer on table for dramatic effect* Then they took me to their leader! *gasps from the crowd* And we made love until the double sunrise.