Blue Glowing Seawater Phenomenon in Bioluminenescent Bay, Puerto Rico

This phenomenon which is rarely found in other places on earth is real. Blue light on this beach is not man-made or human waste, but the occurrence of this blue light comes from millions of microorganisms that live in the sea.

IPHEDIA.com - There are many beaches in this world that are unique, such as the pink sand beach to blue sea. One most popular blue glowing seas on the coast of Vieques Island (Isla de Vieques) in Puerto Rico.

Blue glowing sea if at night it lies in northeast Caribbean, and becomes part country of Puerto Rico. On one side island is Biobay, short for Bioluminescent Bay, which is said to be brightest bioluminescent beach in the world.

Natural phenomenon of blue glowing sea water in Bioluminenescent Bay is indeed amazing. So many tourists are curious and visit Isla de Vieques.

Being in this place, we seemed to be in a fairyland. Imagine what if we swim in sea water, as if blue light surrounds our swimming body and shines into dark night.

This phenomenon which is rarely found in other places on earth is real. Blue light on this beach is not man-made or human waste, but the occurrence of this blue light comes from millions of microorganisms that live in the sea.

When night falls, microorganisms that are to shoreline illuminate their own bodies and there is a very amazing light. (*)

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