These sharks glow in the dark thanks to a newly identified kind of marine biofluorescence (page 2)

In the depths of the sea, certain shark species transform the ocean's blue light into a bright green color that only other sharks can see -- but how they biofluoresce has previously been unclear. Researchers have now identified what's responsible for the sharks' bright green hue: a previously unknown family of small-molecule metabolites.

These sharks glow in the dark thanks to a newly identified kind of marine biofluorescence

In the depths of the sea, certain shark species transform the ocean's blue light into a bright green color that only other sharks can see--but how they biofluoresce has previously been unclear.

Mon 12 Aug 19 from Newswise

These sharks glow in the dark thanks to a newly identified kind of marine biofluorescence, Fri 9 Aug 19 from Eurekalert

These sharks use unique molecules to glow green, Thu 8 Aug 19 from ScienceDaily

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