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Paper wasp nests have a secret fluorescent glow
Their silk shines under UV light, giving their homes a rave-like appearance.
We finally know why sea pickles glow
These sea creatures shine bright because of some nifty light-producing genes.
These ultra-black fish camouflage with the darkness of the deep sea
They can almost vanish—escaping predators and sneaking up on prey.
Dwarf star planets could glow with life
From afar, the galaxy could look like a flashing rave.
You can set your watch to this glowing green worm orgy
And boy is it beautiful.
Tasmania’s gorgeous, glowing water is a sign of something sinister
This luminous display means that changes are afoot
Found: Two New Species Of Glowing Fish
Unique pigment patterns set the deep-sea dwellers apart from relatives
Sharks Glow, But Only For Each Other
Shark-eye camera shows how they may follow the light to find a mate
Glowing Plants Now Up For Auction
Bid now for one of 20 genetically modified, bioluminescent house plants.
Nano-Firefly Tech Could Make Lights That Need No Electricity
Fireflies light up summer lawns at dusk through chemical reactions, which take place between a light-emitting substance and its related … Continued