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Have you ever seen photos of a glowing, other-worldly body of water? As the waves crash, the surface seems to ignite with a glow-in-the-dark hue. While it certainly looks like something out of a science-fiction movie, that glow – bioluminescence – is very real and very alive. If you have ever had the opportunity to see it in person, you know it is unmistakably beautiful as well.

Bioluminescence occurs when living creatures with special light-emitting cells start a chemical reaction in their bodies. There is a special substance these creatures carry (luciferin) that glows when it is oxidized. This glow is more than just a party trick – ocean creatures use their glow to attract prey, protect themselves from predators or attract mates. Blue is the most common light emitted, but there is a variety of colours and purposes for bioluminescence depending on the species.



Night diving & bioluminescence in Thailand

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