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  • Offline Laurasea
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« posted: 1 year ago »
Seahorses have bio- fluorescence! Not bio luminescence.  So cool!! There eyes really bio fluorescent!! Researchers used blue light then look through yellow lense.  Just watched Nova living light episode.  Aren't seahorses fantastic!!
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Re: Nova

« Reply #1 posted: 1 year ago »
Seahorses have bio- fluorescence! Not bio luminescence.  So cool!! There eyes really bio fluorescent!! Researchers used blue light then look through yellow lense.  Just watched Nova living light episode.  Aren't seahorses fantastic!!

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« Reply #2 posted: 1 year ago »
I missed it!! I've seen a few people talking about this. I'll have to see if it is online or if it airs again. I've noticed this before, but always assumed it was due to algae on their skin.
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Re: Nova

« Reply #3 posted: 1 month ago »
Your information is very good.