If you thought you were having a bad day, it's nothing compared to this fish who is stuck inside a jellyfish.
The look on his face is priceless.
The picture was taken back in December by ocean photographer Tim Samuel. He spotted the odd site and snapped a photo. It wasn't until DiscoverOcean reposted his picture that Samuel knew just how big this was.
"I definitely thought about setting it free," Samuel told CNN, "but in the end decided to just let nature run its course."
Scientists are at a loss of an explanation. All they can tell is the fish's tail is outside of the jellyfish which is allowing it to propel the two of them. But no one knows what species either fish is.
"Something really strange is going on there," says Lisa-Ann Gershwin, a jellysih taxonomist who has discovered about 200 species of the creature. She says it's totally normal for fish to use jellies for protection,