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Published on Jun 12, 2013
'Fluo Shark' by Liquid Motion Film (National Geographic underwater series extract)
Fluorescence is the absorption of one wavelength, or colour, and the reemission of another. In a world where communication is ruled by colour display, marine animals have adapted to the underwater blues, by changing colour themselves - and, by changing colour, ITSELF...."The odds of you going in the water and finding something - you might not be aware of it - but the odds of you finding something, seeing some animal fluorescing, that no-one else in the history of the universe has ever seen is probably over ninety percent! Anywhere in the world. Simply because so few people have done this"... (Dr Charles Mazel, Nightsea)
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