Bioluminescent waters in Tasmania
If you've ever seen a firefly, then you've witnessed bioluminescence—a pulsating glow emitted by living organisms. Most bioluminescent creatures are marine life, though, and when they light up underwater, the whole sea seems to magically sparkle. There are plenty of these kinds of waters throughout the world, but the River Derwent in Tasmania offers a double whammy in the spring: bioluminescent waves, right beneath the Aurora Australis, a natural electric phenomenon that creates a technicolor sky.
The 15 Most Colorful Natural Wonders on Earth, Source:https://www.rd.com/culture/colorful-natural-wonders/