In California, the ocean began to glow. All because of the algae!


The inhabitants of California noticed an unusual natural phenomenon: a 40-kilometer stretch of the coast near San Diego began to glow at night. This is due to bioluminescence. Phytoplankton secretes the protein luciferin, and emits light.

The coastal waters of San Diego have turned into neon-blue due to algae nocturnal. Their number has grown so much that even the waves are shining

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