iStock/Thinkstock(TASMANIA, Australia) –Crowds gathered to experience the dazzling glow of a bioluminescence event that lit up beaches in Tasmania, Australia, this week.
The event, reportedly created by a living organism called Noctiluca scintillans as it feeds on plankton, caused the sea to illuminate with a bright neon-blue light.
A photographer captured footage of the natural phenomenon at the shore near George Town Tuesday as beachgoers moved their hands and feet in the glowing water.
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