The Mysterious Glowing Sea In Japan


It is Hotaru Ika season: every year from March to June, these mysterious yet tiny bioluminescent cephalopods ignite the 14km-long shoreline of Toyama Bay in a spectacular light show that rivals the neon canyons of Tokyo’s Shinjuku.

These glowing blue creatures are actually known as Glowing Firefly Squids and considered to be the most beautiful creature of marine life on earth. The scientific name of Firefly Squid is Watasenia Scintillans, its considered cephalopod and is around three inches long on average. The reason behind glowing a beautiful blue color is its body covered with photophores and by glowing light it actually communicate with other Firefly Squids.


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