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Desc:At night
Category:Nature & Places, Sports
Tags:surfing, california, red, tide, bioluminescent
Submitted:MrBuddy
Date:10/11/11
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Comment count is 10
charmlessman
You can see the glowing trail of the shark as it comes to eat your ass.
Squeamish
Right on, Nature. Right on.
Anaxagoras
Woah... that's natural? Seriously?

Nature can be pretty awesome.
cool water sandwich
It's probably just millions of angry jellyfish that eat surfers.

MrBuddy
"The phytoplankton in this red tide off a California beach are bioluminescent. Their cells produce a chemical reaction that creates a soft, blue-green glow. It's basically the same thing that makes lightning bugs light." http://boingboing.net/2011/10/03/surfing-the-red-tide.html

cool water sandwich
No no no. It's lightsharks.

SolRo
I surf fished during this red tide, you could see the fish darting away when you spooked them. And the stingrays.

Also the color in the video is wrong, the light was green. I actually mistook it for a traffic signal reflection as the sun was setting.

memedumpster
The terrible music and cheesy titles make this look like an opening credit sequence to CSI : Baywatch : Tronwater Special Shark Attack Unit.

Five for the glowy bits.
Syd Midnight
Yeah I want to dock stars for shitty music but it's still pretty awesome muted

Innocent Bystander
If you're a surfer chances are you're already stoned off your ass so this must be pretty incredible.
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