It's official: Aliens exist.
At least that's what the recent discovery of a freaky pink-tongued, green-bodied slime creature has led many (otherwise rational) people to believe.
A Taiwanese fisherman named Wei Cheng Jain caught the bizarre specimen while fishing in the port of Penghu.
Texturally similar to a jellyfish, the creature stumped many -- but experts say the creepy-crawly is likely a ribbon worm.
The carnivorous creature feeds on clams and crustaceans and can reach lengths of up to 60 meters, or about 196 feet -- that, my friends, is longer than a blue whale.
Thankfully, most only grow to about 20 centimeters long, and they're pretty rare to find; the majority of the flat-bodied critters hide out on the ocean floor.
Check out Jain's video of the snake-like worm, and thank your lucky stars you are unlikely to ever come across one of these disgusting creatures in your lifetime.