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Bioluminescent News

Thousands of sea creatures invading British Columbia coastline

Vancouver - The bioluminescent sea creatures started showing up along the coastline of British Columbia about two years ago. The soft, spongy, animals are called pyrosomes and they are not normally found in the Pacific Northwest. So why are they in BC's waters?

Squids use leaking light for effective camouflage

Glass squids have remarkable properties for evading detection. Properties with bioluminescent cells allow the sea creature mask itself from predators.

Glowing shark found deep in the ocean

A new species of shark, found deep in the ocean, has been studied. What is unusual about the shark is that it has two bioluminescent arcs on its dorsal fins, which 'glow' to frighten predators.

Stunning top 5 bioluminescent creatures

The world is full of many mesmerizing and beautiful creatures, perhaps none are more breathtaking than these top five bioluminescent creatures.
 

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Firefly Squid
Firefly Squid
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Waitomo Glowworms
Waitomo Glowworms
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Dinoflagellates
Dinoflagellates
Hans Hillewaert
Aequorea jellyfish
Aequorea jellyfish
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Bobtail Squid
Bobtail Squid
PacificKlaus
Waitomo Glowworms
Waitomo Glowworms
Lisa Derick
Waitomo Glowworms
Waitomo Glowworms
Lisa Derick
Dinoflagellates causing a  red tide
Dinoflagellates causing a "red tide"
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Bobtail Squid
Bobtail Squid
rtonyr
Dinoflagellates
Dinoflagellates
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Bobtail squid
Bobtail squid
Nick Hobgood