Fluorescent Plankton at CC Beach Bar Nadan Beach

 

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Have you ever heard of the fluorescent plankton that lurks out in deep waters? The kind that lights up and glitters when you move through the water? To those who haven’t it may sound like some exotic magical occurrence.  But Visit Nadan Bay in Khanom and you will be amazed.

Bio luminescent Plankton is the technical and scientific terminology name for it. These teeny fragments of life produce light through chemical reactions taking place within their bodies.

Vibrations cause them to get ‘excited’ and the reactions in several forms of Plankton result in glowing light which is really to surprise and ward off predators. A beautiful natural sight, and to swim in it is freaking pretty.

If you get the chance, jump into the unknown darkness and see what bio luminescent beauties lie within! You won’t regret it.

 

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