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Comb Jellies showing bioluminescence

What is Bioluminescence?

What is bioluminescence and how does it work? Bioluminescence is a process where living organisms make light. It often happens with marine animals such as comb jellies, plankton, and bony fishes. Visitors to Canaveral National Seashore in Florida’s Indian River Lagoon can see bioluminescence created by comb jellies and plankton. This light is made by

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Three Dolphins at sunset near mangroves (DSC_8383)

Bottlenose Dolphins

The common bottlenose dolphin in Canaveral National Seashore is an amazing sight for everyone on the water. Wild dolphins can be seen year round in the park.

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