Bioluminescing deep sea animals


This 2 February 2017 video is called Strange Bioluminescing Deep Sea Animals – Blue Planet – BBC Earth. Including deep sea fish and jellyfish.

In the first quantitative analysis of deep-sea bioluminescence, researchers show that three quarters of the animals in Monterey Bay from the surface down to 4,000 meters deep can produce their own light: here.

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