Fantasy nature knows no boundaries. In San Diego with phytoplankton for several days lights up the ocean.
In San Diego (California) came a red tide waves, which glow with blue electric light. The night San Diego was illuminated by a bioluminescent glow of the ocean surf, which led to the admiration of happy witnesses.
Bioluminescent light shows are not uncommon around the world, but the latest red tide in San Diego was in 2013.
Watch the video “red tide” in San Diego — 2018
The glow is observed on a 40-mile stretch of Encinitas to San Diego. The blue color of the waves at this time of year is associated with the algal blooms of phytoplankton. Locals call this phenomenon ”red tide”. When mixing of phytoplankton chemical reaction occurs, which causes the blue glow of the surf.
Many sea creatures have the ability to glow in the dark. For most of them this light is quite a common mechanism that enables them to survive in their habitat. Some microorganisms like the glow is the result of mechanical irritation. When the Bank accumulates many such inhabitants, they form the most amazing light.