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Posted on December 4, 2012


Malabar beach glows blue following red algae invasion 440299-malabar-beach


December 4, 2012AUSTRALIAAfter the eastern beaches coastline resembled the Red Sea last Tuesday, the “night lantern
visited Sydney’s Malabar beach that evening. These photos have not been
digitally enhanced – in fact, photographer Dr David Psaila said the
water was an even more spectacular color blue than that shown in these
images, the Southern Courier reports. “The organism responsible, Noctiluca Scintillans known as “night lantern”
is very aptly named, as it will luminescent a bright blue when it is
disturbed by waves,” he said. The Chifley scientist said the red algae
that crept along the east coast last week contained a chemical called
luciferin which was a common protein found in bioluminescent animals.
“It’s a chemical reaction that causes light,” he said. “It is often
found in deep sea creatures and is the exact same chemical that causes
fire flies to glow.”Dr Psaila said although he had seen this effect
before but never to this degree. “The reason why there are probably not
seeing it at other beaches is that those beaches would have a lot more
lights around so it’s really hard to see whereas at Malabar – you see
the waves rolling in and they are all blue,” he said. –News



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