A resident has stumbled upon a strange-looking, self-illuminating blue creature on the beach in Queensland, Australia.
As the first to notice the strange thing, a local resident named Lucinda Fry filmed the luminescent sea creature crawling on Broadbent beach.
According to Kylie Pitt, an invertebrate researcher from Griffith University, this strange creature has the scientific name Glaucus atlanticus, but is commonly known as the green dragon. There are several different types of green dragons, but their colors are similar.
This green dragon is only 3-4 cm long when mature but can be very poisonous. They can be found in the waters of East Australia as well as other temperate and tropical seas around the world.