New Creature, Biofluorescent Sea Turtle!

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  1. Jason says:

    “The critically endangered hawksbill sea turtle is the first reptile scientists have seen exhibiting biofluorescence—the ability to reflect the blue light hitting a surface and re-emit it as a different color. Biofluorescence is different from bioluminescence, in which animals either produce their own light through a series of chemical reactions, or host bacteria that give off light.”

  1. October 1, 2015

    […] It is the first of it’s kind: A bioluminescent hawksbill sea turtle from the Solomon Islands has been found by a group of scientists filming sharks and coral reefs. Read More on Dark Matter News. #DarkMatterNews #ArtBell #MITD #DMTalk […]

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