Doesn't this look like another world?
Scientists say it's a completely natural biological phenomenon. The shoreline surf is dotted with tiny pinpricks of light. This "bioluminescence" is simply blue light from phytoplankton, microscopic sea creatures that secrete illuminating chemicals as a survival mechanism.
I had to look up Maldives. No idea where that was. Come on, admit it, you didn't know either. This is what I found out.
The Republic of Maldives is a small nation that lies in the middle of the Indian Ocean and is made up of over 1,900 beautiful coral reef islands of varying sizes. These islands are located south of India’s Lakshadweep Islands and about 435 miles southwest of the country of Sri Lanka. Of these islands, only about 200 are inhabited. The nation of Maldives is known for its gorgeous, crystal blue seas, reefs teeming with fish, beautiful white sand beaches that are fringed with palm trees, and its friendly local people.
So what about it? Does anyone else wanna go for a midnight swim with me?