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An Australian beach is illuminated by an enticing neon blue glow as a rare phenomenon lights up the water. The supernatural scene on the east coast of Australia was caused by millions of plankton omitting light. The plankton, pictured in Jervis Bay, New South Wales, were photographed by Andy Hutchinson. Andy, of Berry, Australia, says:  “These bio-luminescent plankton are tiny creatures called dinoflagellates, which emit light in order to evade predators.

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