The ocean can be a terrifying and weird place filled with alien-like creatures. One of those creatures, a “fried egg” jellyfish, was spotted near the Sunshine Coast in BC. Good luck not thinking about this next time you’re in the ocean.\nOcean Wise, a global not-for-profit organization aimed at educating about oceans, recently tweeted out a rather bizarre picture of what looks like a massive fried egg in the water.\nApparently, this wasn’t someone's breakfast, but was actually a jellyfish. This jellyfish is called the phacellophora camtschatica, but it is better known as the "fried egg” or “egg yolk” jelly.\nAccording to the tweet, this sea creature was spotted off the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia. By the looks of the picture, the jelly is huge!\nAppropriately named, this jelly really does look like a fried egg! With an incredibly vibrant yellow middle paired with white and almost clear edges, the jellyfish actually looks more like food than anything else.\nIncredible! This massive egg-yolk (or fried egg) jelly was spotted off the Sunshine Coast in British Columbia. #DYK? These jellies can grow tentacles up to 20ft long.Photo: Donna Harrison pic.twitter.com/c6HRbQAaR7— Ocean Wise (@OceanWise) July 8, 2019\nBut the definable characteristics aren’t the only cool things about this jellyfish. This particular jelly can have tentacles up to 20 feet long!\nIn the picture tweeted out by Ocean Wise, you can see dozens of these long tentacles trailing underneath the large jelly. Along with their long tentacles, they can also grow up to two feet in diameter.\nView this post on Instagram Spotted my first(aptly named) #friedeggjellyfish #omgilovejellyfish #westcoastbestcoast A post shared by Laura Briggs (@lalalandian) on Jul 6, 2019 at 2:57pm PDT\nBut don’t worry, it’s rather harmless. The jelly mostly feeds on smaller jellyfish and other small creatures that get entangled in its tentacles.\nThe image was also shared on a public Facebook page called Sunshine Coast BC Canada. Since the image was released to the Internet, there have been mixed reactions. A lot of people are giving this a big nope!\nGiant jellyfish in Sechelt Inlet on Sunshine Coast BC Canada #wildlife #PHOTO courtesy Donna Harrison. Anyone know what kind this is?Posted by Sunshine Coast BC Canada on Thursday, July 4, 2019\nDAMN....oh Hell NO!!! pic.twitter.com/qd2imH7Scv— Rhonni Sto (@RhonniSto) July 8, 2019\nSunshine Coast BC Canada | Facebook.com\nSunshine Coast BC Canada | Facebook.com\nSunshine Coast BC Canada | Facebook.com\nBut others are finding this jellyfish rather interesting and are hoping to come across one on their own.\nSunshine Coast BC Canada | Facebook.com\nDamn! I live there, would be very cool to come across one of these in a kayak.— realitybased1 (@realitybased111) July 8, 2019\nSaw a big one near Ucluelet pic.twitter.com/HQpaQHe5B8— David Dieno (@ddieno) July 9, 2019\nIf you find yourself near the ocean, be sure to keep an eye out. These egg-like aliens are usually found in areas with warmer water, particularly the Mediterranean Sea - but it has been spotted in BC on more than one occasion. A Youtube video posted on June 25, 2014, shows the jelly in Saanich.