Photographer Yuzuru Masuda, 37, captured these stunning images of the moon jellyfish as he snorkelled during an excursion off the coast of Saudi Arabia.
Masuda watched and swam with the jellyfish for two hours and because they don't sting he could let them swim right up to him and even brush against his arm.
Photographer Yuzuru Masuda captures a stunning image taken while snorkelling underneath a moon jellyfish while in the Red Sea. The fascinating creatures look like UFOs. This image shows a fish swimming beneath it.
Moon jellyfish don't sting meaning photographer Yuzuru Masuda could swim right up to the creatures in order to capture shots such as this one, while snorkelling in the Red Sea
The moon jellyfish is translucent and grows to about 40 cm in diameter. It can be identified by its four horseshoe-shaped gonads (pictured), seen through the top of the bell. This image was captured by photographer Yuzuru Masuda in the Red Sea
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