Swimming with the Stars: Swimming with bioluminescence in Tobago
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Swimming with the Stars: Swimming with bioluminescence in Tobago

For two weeks around each new moon, bioluminescence flickers across Bon Accord Lagoon. Movement sparks chemical reactions, causing the tiny organisms to gleam an indescribable colour, the shade of stars and static and glowworms. Fish darted past; shooting stars beneath a moonless sky. Continue reading

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