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A 250m-long jellyfish has appeared in the middle of a field in Oxfordshire.
It's not a real creature far from home though, but a pattern created in a field on the farm.
Sally Ann Spence and husband Bill, who own Berry Croft Farm near Ashbury, say hundreds of visitors have been walking over their field to get a closer look.
But they're asking people to stop going to the farm to get a better view, as they're causing even more damage to the crops around the giant design.
Mrs Spence added that people get a much better view of the crop jellyfish from the air anyway.
The jellyfish may look impressive, but Mrs Spence said it had caused about £600 damage as the flattened crops were now useless.
Designs like these have often appeared in farm fields in recent years and are called crop circles.