In one of the stranger scenes from nature, divers discovered a fish commandeering a jellyfish while snorkeling along Double Reef on Guam. It’s not known exactly why fish do this but researchers believe it could be for protection.
In the video below, at first the fish is swimming in open waters, then suddenly lunges for the jelly.
Then, next thing you know, the fish is inside and has taken over steering the jelly!
Watch the video here: