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Bioluminescence is due to luminous plankton that emits light with movement.
The waves of the sea on the coast of the Californian city of Newport Beach (USA) became fluorescent due to a natural phenomenon known as bioluminescence, caused by a biochemical reaction of microalgae or plankton that emit light with movement.
A photographer managed to capture a pod of dolphins that seemed to glow in the water due to this very special phenomenon.
Similar images were captured this week in the Mexican city of Acapulco, whose residents noticed that the waters of the ocean began to emit a bright turquoise light in the middle of the night.
Watch the viral Twitter video below …
😍 Un fotógrafo captura un fenómeno raro en las costas de Newport Beach (California).
Una manada de delfines 🐬 brilla al pasar a través de olas bioluminiscentes, convirtiendo el océano en un eléctrico neón azul.
🎥 | Patrick Coynpic.twitter.com/KDYwycfX65
— Fundación Biodiversidad / #QuédateEnCasa (@FBiodiversidad) April 25, 2020