RDS_181219 Bioluminescent Plankton Fujairah 2
The blue light is produced by plant plankton called dinoflagellates, a single-celled Mesokaryotes, commonly known as sea sparkle. Image Credit:

Dubai: Bioluminescent waves glowed in Monterey Bay on the coast of California, United States, last week.

The blue light is produced by plant plankton called dinoflagellates, a single-celled Mesokaryotes, commonly known as sea sparkle.

The natural phenomenon has been going on since March of this year, according to reports.

Bioluminescence describes the light that some living creatures, such as fireflies, emit from their cells.