Incredible image by photographer Tim Samuel from CNN, via BoingBoing.
The publication quoted Ian Tibbetts, a marine biologist at the Center for Marine Science at the University of Queensland, who suggests the fish could be a juvenile trevally, which are known to use jellyfish stingers as protection.
“It’s difficult to tell whether disaster has just struck, or whether the fish is happy to be in there,” he is quoted as saying.
“Although by the photographer’s description of the fish swimming, my guess is that it is probably quite happy to be protected in there”
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