Deep sea bacteria use bioluminescence to hitchhike across the ocean [Biology]

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    Many bacteria found at the bottom of the ocean glow in the dark thanks to light generated by their internal chemical reactions. This makes it easier for fish to see and eat them — which is exactly what the bacteria want. More »

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    Deep sea bacteria use bioluminescence to hitchhike across the ocean [Biology]

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