The Enchanting World of Bioluminescence: Nature’s Glow

Bioluminescence, the natural phenomenon of living organisms emitting light, has captivated humans for centuries. This unique form of illumination occurs through a chemical reaction involving the molecule luciferin and the enzyme luciferase. While bioluminescence is widely recognized in fireflies and glow worms, it is also prevalent in a variety of marine organisms, including jellyfish, certain species of fish, and plankton.

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