Gallery: Eye-Catching Bioluminescent Wonders

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Eye-Catching Bioluminescent Creatures

Credit: Credit: James E. Lloyd, Ph.D. | University of Florida
Although bioluminescence is most commonly found in marine life, it can also be seen in animals and insects on land. …Read More »

, or when light is produced by an organism using a chemical reaction, can serve several purposes, including communication, finding food, attracting prey and warning predators. But no matter what it's being used for, it never fails to dazzle.   Less «
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