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Bioluminescence is an organism’s ability to make light by way of a chemical reaction. Animals use bioluminescence to attract prey or mates and to defend themselves against predators. Most organisms that live in the deep oceans can emit light. Bioluminescent fishes, jellyfish, squids, salps, crustaceans, and many different kinds of worms produce spectacular underwater fireworks. On land, bioluminescence is a rare phenomenon limited mostly to arthropods and fungi.
Click on the thumbnails below to see pictures and videos of bioluminescent invertebrates. Also have a look at Edith Widder’s TED Presentation:
Lamborghini Aventador LP-700-4 Roadster
Equipped with a centrally located, 6.5 liter aspirated V12 engine producing 700-horsepower and torque reaching 507 lb-ft, maximum speed of 218mph (350km/hr), attaining 0-62mph (0-100km/hr) in 3 seconds flat.
It’s very cool.