The Floating Raw Egg
What is it about sunny-side-up eggs that they seem to be everywhere? The Pennsylvania Dutch and Canadians called them dippy eggs because they ate them by dipping sticks of toast into the yolk. We don’t know about you guys, but we’re getting kind of hungry just looking at this picture.
We’re curious what this sunny-side-up egg is up to underwater. It’s not an egg but rather a massive jellyfish discovered in Canada’s Sechelt Inlet. We’re not sure what kind of jellyfish it is—there are several—but it could be one of those jellyfish that you don’t want to be caught in the water with.