I Captured The Mysterious Glowing Sea In Japan
Like glowing fish, squid, and plankton.
More glowing below the fold.
Bioluminescence is cool stuff. Here in the Great Pacific Northwet we have a similar "glowing sea." The one in Japan is caused by small squid. In the Northwet, it is caused by a small dinoflagellate (a flagellated protist), Noctiluca. Millions of these simply lie in the water and when agitated glow. On very calm moonless nights they seem to store up energy, and if one goes out for a paddle, they leave a trail where ever the boat hull, or paddle dip agitates them. It really is beautiful.
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The video below appears to be of a push pole being dragged through the water.