The pictures of the unidentified jelly-like creature, which is brown in color, have been shared by a Facebook web page named Australian Native Animals earlier this week.
An ocean is thought to be dwelling to a thousand creatures and lots of of them are nonetheless unexplored whereas some are horrifying and unusual. One such weird-looking creature was lately spotted at Kemp Beach in Yeppoonon. It is within the southern part of the Great Barrier Reef in Queensland, Australia.
The pictures of the unidentified jelly-like creature, which is brown in color, have been shared by a Facebook web page named Australian Native Animals earlier this week. As per the pictures, a brown jelly-like lump was caught sitting on the seaside amongst the low tide. This never-seen-before creature has at present taken the web by storm as individuals began questioning what it really is.
“A friend just posted this on her FB asking if anyone knew what it could be? She said it looked jellyfish,” the caption to the publish reads.
As the pictures went viral, social media users have been shocked and puzzled to know what it cud be whereas a number of others recognized it as Tomato jellyfish.
Among the numerous feedback, one person knowledgeable that the unidentified creature is a sunburnt blobfish aka Peter sterling fish whereas one other termed it as a little bit of a lion’s mane jellyfish. Few consultants stepped in to disclose what species the unusual creature belonged to.
According to reviews, a marine biologist said that the creature was a part of the jellyfish household. The biologist additional asserted that the physique of this jellyfish is chocolate brown and is discovered all through Queensland.
On the opposite, Tomato Jellyfish should not toxic to people however can provide a nasty sting on being touched or attacked. These jellyfish often wash onto the shore and typically give a nasty odour. They completely rely on plankton species for meals. While Blobfish are a part of a household referred to as the fathead sculpins. Furthermore, they’re discovered within the marine waters of the Indian and Pacific oceans.