Giant Jellyfish Bigger Than A Human Being Spotted, As If We Needed Another Reason To Stay Out Of The Ocean

In yet further proof that our days on this planet are numbered, a giant box jellyfish bigger than a human being was spotted in the ocean waters off the coast of Cornwall in the United Kingdom.

So now we can add that to the list of things that are probably out to get us and includes UFOs, sharks, alligators, dogs, wasps, spiders, asteroids, viruses, artificial intelligence, and, of course, robots.

The gigantic jellyfish was spotted on Saturday by diver and wildlife biologist Lizzie Daly as part of her “Wild Ocean Week” campaign in support of the Marine Conservation Society.

“I get really excited at the thought of boasting about our wonderfully wild coasts and so this July I am embarking on my very own marine adventure #WildOceanWeek,” Daly wrote about her latest adventure. “I want to bring the audience on the journey with me so I will be uploading videos and updates live as it happens throughout the week. Diving with seals, swimming with blue sharks and generally celebrating our coasts #WildOceanWeek is about showcasing how you can immerse yourself with diverse wildlife right on your doorstep and most importantly, supporting those on the forefront of conserving our marine environments.”

“What an unforgettable experience, I know barrel jellyfish get really big in size but I have never seen anything like it before!” Daly wrote after her close encounter with the monstrous jellyfish.

Yeah… I think I am done going anywhere near an ocean.