scubadiverdownunder:

scubadiverdownunder:

While this particular individual is white, the Blue Blubber sea jelly (Catostylus mosaicus) are a very common species found around my area, often washing up on the beaches, or tucked up between the boulders on the rocky shorelines. It’s not all that often I’ve seen one so full of life, swimming around. Turns out, the day prior, there was a swarm of over 100, that I missed out on.