Gippsland's Lake Victoria is aglow at night. Photo: Phil Hart MICROSCOPIC plankton more commonly known as ''sea sparkle'' has given Lake Victoria on the Gippsland Lakes an electric blue trim. The bioluminescence is caused by a chemical reaction inside the micro-organism, which gives off the light when disturbed by movement in the water Read more:
Hidden Underground Beach of Puerto Vallarta, Mexico This magnificent hidden beach was created by a military explosion test in early 1900s. The surrounding islands were deemed a nature park, with the hidden beach only accessible by swimming through a fifty foot tunnel.
Bioluminescence in the Gippsland Lakes. Bioluminescence is the production and emission of light by a living organism. Its name is a hybrid word, originating from the Greek bios for "living" and the Latin lumen "light". Bioluminescence is a naturally occurring form of chemiluminescence where energy is released by a chemical reaction in the form of light emission.