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A LAKE filled with millions of jellyfish might not sound like the best place to take a dip. But on the tropical island of Eil Malk, in Palau, it has become a top tourist attraction. Every day million of golden jellyfish migrate across the lake, following the sun's rays as it passes overhead. The species have been isolated from their ocean-dwelling descendants for 15,000 years - and over time their sting has weakened and now generally has no effect on humans.
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Videographer / Director: Richard Brooks
Producer: Tom Midlane
Editor: Ian Phillips