A Jellyfish normally found in the Pacific Ocean has been discovered this week in the Barnegat Bay. Researchers don't know why it is here, but they say to watch out this Summer.

It's known as the "Clinging" Jellyfish, and it certainly packs a punch.

According to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, it's sting feels like a "Hypodermic Needle"....Ouch!!!

A "Clinging" Jellyfish was spotted around the Point Pleasant this week by a fisherman. It is quite pretty, but you definitely want to stay away. Read more about it here

Check out NBC News, and the "Clinging" Jellyfish (sorry for the poor quality)