Glowing Snow Found in Russian Arctic Left Scientists Completely Baffled

Scientists are baffled by the glowing snow that has appeared in the Russian Arctic. There’s nothing new about the fact that some copepod species glow, but land-based light installations are much less prevalent. It was discovered that light-emitting substrate coelenterazine is produced chemically in copepods, allowing them to glow.

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