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(TruthSeekerDaily)  There is a secret and magical world in the middle of the Pacific Ocean, where you can swim among countless jellyfish and it’s not in the least bit terrifying.  The remote island of Palau, officially the Republic of Palau, is a country located in the western Pacific Ocean, which is the nearest piece of land to this water wonderland.

A lake on this island as been appropriately named Jellyfish Lake, as it is filled with millions of jellyfish.  The creatures migrate across the lake every day and snorkeling among them is a popular activity for tourists (even though that sounds a little risky). One snorkeler named Nana Trongratanawong decided to take a dip with the friendly jellyfish.  Although her dive was incredible, it can certainly be difficult to get the courage to do something like this yourself.  However, the reward of her bravery really paid of with the most amazing experience.

Although it is safe to snorkel with the jellyfish, scuba diving isn’t allowed. Not only are the bubbles from the tanks potentially harmful for the jellyfish, but the anoxic layer that begins at about 15m down contains high concentrations of hydrogen sulfide which can be absorbed through the skin of a diver (which is lethal).
Nana’s dive (which she filmed using a GoPro) is a completely surreal experience.  Experience this awesome opportunity for yourself from the safe distance of your computer screen.

h/t: [ Gizmodo ]