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This is what happens on the earth. In spring, but not every year, bioluminescent firefly squid illuminate the Toyama Bay, Japan. As I live in the city, you may think it is easy for me to encounter the phenomena, but it’s not.
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50 Natural Wonders in Latin America That None Of Your Friends Have On Their Insta Yet - Cultura Colectiva
Top natural wonders in Latin America that will fill you with wanderlust and make you want to visit them. Most of them still haven seen many travelers. Poás Volcano, Costa Rica.
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“Les comparto unas fotografías tomadas anoche en Puerto Marqués, Acapulco, donde se registró el arribo de millones de organismos con bioluminiscencia. 🙏🏻 Cuidemos nuestro único y bendito HOGAR 🌎. ¡ RT! #DiaDeLaTierra”
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Sea Of Stars, Vaadhoo Island -It’s an ocean of stars! Bioluminescent phytoplankton, which glows when agitated, can be found in many shores all over the world, but it seems they’re found more often in Maldives.
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If you ever thought that scientists are boring and have close to zero sense of humor, these funny animal names will prove you wrong.
5 Bioluminescent Beaches That Will Blow Your Mind OKAYAMA, JAPAN You can thank Vargula hilgendorfii, adorably dubbed “sea fireflies,” for the twinkling blue streaks and swirls decorating this beautiful coastline. The sandy beaches along the Seto Inland Sea (from Kyushu to Awajishima) are ripe with these tiny bioluminescent creatures during the summer months. (They come out to feed at nightfall after spending the day burrowed in the sand.)
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