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Bioluminescence ocean waves

This natural phenomenon is amazing and we find an explanation for it on Los Angeles Times:

The electric blue glow is caused by an algae bloom commonly referred to as a “red tide.” The organism, a phytoplankton called Lingulodinium polyedrum, has bloomed since late August, turning the water a brownish-red color in the daytime, according to UC San Diego scientists.

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Written by Rachel Leroy

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