Two amatørdykkere were lucky to have the camera ready, as they swam around by the Miramar coast, in the nordøstitalienske province of Trieste.
Here the namely the incredible sight of the rare pink jellyfish, which go under the names of Stinging Cauliflower, The Big Pink or Drymonema dalmatinum.
It is only the fourth time in history that someone is so lucky as to get a glimpse of aquarius, which is said to be the largest and most rare of its kind in the Mediterranean.
Aquarius, which in this instance has shown up in Italy, is reported to be between 45 and 50 centimeters in diameter.
A spokesperson for the Miramare Biosphere Reserve says, according to the AP, has not been seen since the 2014 in which two other divers captured the moving images of the same region.
According to reports, was until then only been spotted twice, respectively, in 1945 and 1880.
It is not long since a pink mantarokke was seen at the Great Barreier Reef in Australia. The spinning wheel, named after Inspector Clouseau from 'The pink panther'films, is only seen ten times since it was discovered in 2015. Video: Ryan Jeffery
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