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  • Bonnie David

    Vieques in PuertoRico.. Bioluminescent Bay!

  • Sadie and The Traveler

    One of my favorite places ever

  • Taylor Walker

    Kayaking in the Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo, Puerto Rico. Bucket list status: Complete.

  • Terry

    Bioluminescent Bay Vieques Island, Puerto Rico

  • Kelly Wright

    bioluminescence!! One of the most beautiful things I have ever seen! For all my Florida peeps--there is a place near Cape Canaveral you can go in the Winter and do this. A.MAZING!

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Bio-luminescent bays in Puerto Rico. Movement in the water causes a certain type of bio-luminescent bacteria to glow blue.

Bioluminescence in Gippsland Lakes, Australia -- The eerie blue glow is created by Noctiluca scintillans, a common marine dinoflagellate protist found worldwide in shallow coastal waters. As the dinoflagellates are disturbed by mechanical motion of the waves, they fire their lights. During blooms, waves literally glow icy blue as they crash onto the shore. I had the privilege of seeing this on Orpheus Island, Australia.

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Bioluminescent bay @ Puerto Rico, you can go kayaking at night because it literally glows at night!

The Bio-Bay in Vieques, Puerto Rico. The luminescence is caused by micro-organisms (dinoflagellates) which glow whenever the water is disturbed, leaving a trail of neon blue.

Bioluminescent Bay in Puerto Rico…I loved this place, it was so cool and yes the water does glow when you touch it.

Ponce, Puerto Rico. A UjENA bathing suit, a hammock hanging over the water - sounds perfect!