She was underwater, surrounded by millions of jellyfish, but professional photographer and SCUBA diving pro Nadia Aly did not get scared at all, but instead she took these epic selfies.
Aly, who is 29, spent more than eight hours swimming in the lake very appropriately named Jellyfish lake, in Palau in the Pacific Ocean.
The jellyfish luckily no longer have stings that are harmful however to humans. As they have been left alone, un-threatened by other creatures, their stings where not needed, so they have lost them over 100's of years.
I dont know about you, but you would never ever catch me swimming in there, even if the jellyfish were harmless. *Shudders*.