This 30-million-year-old cave in New Zealand has a beautiful phenomenon that doesn’t exist anywhere else in the world


Deep in the limestone caves of New Zealand rest colonies of glow worms that emit a blue-green light strong enough to illuminate the caves they live in.

These wonderful yet strange creatures are called arachnocampa luminosa. They’re native to a northern part of the country called North Island.





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