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US News strange fluorescent waves illuminate these beaches at night

18:35  18 may  2021
18:35  18 may  2021 Source:   maxisciences.com

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Ces vagues s'illuminent la nuit. © provided by Gentside these waves light up at night.

Some lucky were able to attend an exceptional show. In fact, after more than one month of containment, some beaches reopened in the United States, unlike the French beaches , as in the County of Santa Cruz. A boon for the population who has discovered incredible fluorescent waves. Faith images

This strange phenomenon is rare and does not happen every year. This year, it would be particularly intense, which should delight the Californians. Here's what it looks like, thanks to images of

CBS Los Angeles .

This pretty phenomenon carries the soft name of "red tide" . The light that seems to be released by the ocean comes from phytoplanktons. It is very small microscopic plants that condensed on the surface of the water . The day, the waves take a reddish hue and the night, the water becomes brighter.

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"I have never seen anything from such" this year,

The phenomenon is particularly visible because the ocean is more agitated than usual , probably because of the heavy rains that have fallen in the region. This promotes phytoplankt pulling. Which gives spectacular images, especially when dolphins are filmed in this environment.

interviewed by

CBS Los Angeles , Paige Taylor, a resident of the region, explained that it was really "spectacular" and that she saw this phenomenon only "once every five years ago" .

The Guardian collected the testimony of Dale Huntington, a 37-year-old pastor who lives in southeastern San Diego. He went surf at night on these fluorescent waves. "I have been surfing for 20 years now, and I have never seen anything like" does it affirm.

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