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Believe it or not the glow in these long-exposure photographs of a cave in New Zealand is actually the result of bio-luminescent gnat larva living on 30 million year old limestone formations. The blue lights emitted by female larva is believed to be a way of attracting mates. The images were captured by photographer Joseph Michael using long-exposure equipment.
Contributed by Sam Feldstone