According to foreign media BGR, recently brilliant blue fluorescent waves illuminate California's beaches at night, mainly due to the bioluminescence produced by a plankton called linguadinium polyadra.
During the day, these creatures crowded into the shore to absorb sunlight, forming what is often said
Dr. Michael Latz of the scripps oceanographic institute at the university of california, san diego, recorded waves coming near Scripps Institution of Oceanography Pier. Any major movement on the surface of the water is enough to disrupt plankton and trigge
Of course, at night