Tag: bioluminescence

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Bioluminescence, Silent Language of the Sea

“Bioluminescence” is a little understood, but fundamental and widespread phenomenon in the marine biosphere.  The water column provides few places to hide and wherever the sun shines there is the risk of being seen by a predator. Indeed, the largest migration in the animal kingdom is the daily escape by […]



A North Island Fairy Tale  (Respectfully inspired by, but not based on, Māori folklore of Aotearoa and by Te Reo Māori, with select words in Te Reo) Rā, the beaming sun, had a lover Queen of the clouds and of Ua, the rain Precious Wai that was needed to water the […]