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Creatures of Light: Natures Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The

Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

Curiosity was sparked with larger-than-life models, live fish, and interactive displays in this exhibition! Guests moved through a series of re-created environments to discover the glowworm webs on the ceiling of New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, the ‘pyrotechnic’ plankton in Puerto Rico’s Mosquito Bay, and special lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. iPads featuring videos, photographs, and more helped guests discover the diversity of bioluminescent creatures.

Creatures of Light answered questions of how these organisms use light to attract mates, lure prey or fight off predators, and where, why and how scientists study these amazing creatures that glow!

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Author by : Emily B. Martin
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Release Date : 2016-05-17
Publisher by : HarperCollins



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Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

Curiosity was sparked with larger-than-life models, live fish, and interactive displays in this exhibition! Guests moved through a series of re-created environments to discover the glowworm webs on the ceiling of New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, the ‘pyrotechnic’ plankton in Puerto Rico’s Mosquito Bay, and special lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. iPads featuring videos, photographs, and more helped guests discover the diversity of bioluminescent creatures.

Creatures of Light answered questions of how these organisms use light to attract mates, lure prey or fight off predators, and where, why and how scientists study these amazing creatures that glow!

Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

Curiosity was sparked with larger-than-life models, live fish, and interactive displays in this exhibition! Guests moved through a series of re-created environments to discover the glowworm webs on the ceiling of New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, the ‘pyrotechnic’ plankton in Puerto Rico’s Mosquito Bay, and special lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. iPads featuring videos, photographs, and more helped guests discover the diversity of bioluminescent creatures.

Creatures of Light answered questions of how these organisms use light to attract mates, lure prey or fight off predators, and where, why and how scientists study these amazing creatures that glow!

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Author by : Emily B. Martin
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Release Date : 2016-05-17
Publisher by : HarperCollins



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Delve into the mysterious world of bioluminescence and revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon in Creatures of Light . Come discover the thousands of living organisms that blink, glow, flash, and flicker—from fireflies and fishes to glowworms and mushrooms—and immerse yourself in their magical world of “living light,” only at The Field Museum.

Check out the resources below to plan your visit, view amazing exhibition experiences, and learn more about these incredible luminous life forms!

In the presence of oxygen, one type of chemical, known as a luciferin (loo-SIFF-er-in), or “light-bearer,” is acted on by another type of chemical, an enzyme known as luciferase (loo-SIFF-er-ace); other molecules are sometimes involved.

Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

Curiosity was sparked with larger-than-life models, live fish, and interactive displays in this exhibition! Guests moved through a series of re-created environments to discover the glowworm webs on the ceiling of New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, the ‘pyrotechnic’ plankton in Puerto Rico’s Mosquito Bay, and special lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. iPads featuring videos, photographs, and more helped guests discover the diversity of bioluminescent creatures.

Creatures of Light answered questions of how these organisms use light to attract mates, lure prey or fight off predators, and where, why and how scientists study these amazing creatures that glow!

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Author by : Emily B. Martin
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Release Date : 2016-05-17
Publisher by : HarperCollins



Description : “What on earth would I gain from that?” I asked him. “Risk my own neck by violating my banishment just to leave you? The sentence placed on me if I return is execution. If I’m entering the mou...

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Delve into the mysterious world of bioluminescence and revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon in Creatures of Light . Come discover the thousands of living organisms that blink, glow, flash, and flicker—from fireflies and fishes to glowworms and mushrooms—and immerse yourself in their magical world of “living light,” only at The Field Museum.

Check out the resources below to plan your visit, view amazing exhibition experiences, and learn more about these incredible luminous life forms!

In the presence of oxygen, one type of chemical, known as a luciferin (loo-SIFF-er-in), or “light-bearer,” is acted on by another type of chemical, an enzyme known as luciferase (loo-SIFF-er-ace); other molecules are sometimes involved.

Designed by The Adventures Of, this positive print is printed on 200gsm ivory uncoated stock, numbered and completed with an embossed logo. The stand out feature of this print is the metallic rose gold foiling.

Deep in the ocean, animals that flash, sparkle, and glow use light to survive in the dark. Airing February 3, 2016 at 9 pm on PBS Aired February 3, 2016 on PBS

Original funding for this program was provided by Cancer Treatment Centers of America, Google, the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting and Public Television Stations.

National corporate funding for NOVA is provided by Draper. Major funding for NOVA is provided by the David H. Koch Fund for Science, the Corporation for Public Broadcasting, and PBS viewers.

Creatures of Light: Nature's Bioluminescence  explored the natural phenomenon of ‘living light’ with a vast array of organisms, from the flickering fireflies in your backyard to the deep-sea fishes in our oceans’ darkest depths. The ability to generate light is rare among plants and animals that live on land. However, up to 90 percent of animals at depths below 2,300 feet provide the only source of light for the largest habitable space on Earth, the ocean.

Curiosity was sparked with larger-than-life models, live fish, and interactive displays in this exhibition! Guests moved through a series of re-created environments to discover the glowworm webs on the ceiling of New Zealand’s Waitomo caves, the ‘pyrotechnic’ plankton in Puerto Rico’s Mosquito Bay, and special lighting on the coral walls of the Cayman Island’s Bloody Bay. iPads featuring videos, photographs, and more helped guests discover the diversity of bioluminescent creatures.

Creatures of Light answered questions of how these organisms use light to attract mates, lure prey or fight off predators, and where, why and how scientists study these amazing creatures that glow!

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Author by : Emily B. Martin
Languange Used : en
Release Date : 2016-05-17
Publisher by : HarperCollins



Description : “What on earth would I gain from that?” I asked him. “Risk my own neck by violating my banishment just to leave you? The sentence placed on me if I return is execution. If I’m entering the mou...

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Delve into the mysterious world of bioluminescence and revel in the beauty of this remarkable natural phenomenon in Creatures of Light . Come discover the thousands of living organisms that blink, glow, flash, and flicker—from fireflies and fishes to glowworms and mushrooms—and immerse yourself in their magical world of “living light,” only at The Field Museum.

Check out the resources below to plan your visit, view amazing exhibition experiences, and learn more about these incredible luminous life forms!

In the presence of oxygen, one type of chemical, known as a luciferin (loo-SIFF-er-in), or “light-bearer,” is acted on by another type of chemical, an enzyme known as luciferase (loo-SIFF-er-ace); other molecules are sometimes involved.

Designed by The Adventures Of, this positive print is printed on 200gsm ivory uncoated stock, numbered and completed with an embossed logo. The stand out feature of this print is the metallic rose gold foiling.

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