Published On: Tue, Aug 25th, 2015

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

Auckland photographer Joseph Michael documented an homage to these wonderful new to us, creatures.

In New Zealand`s limestone caves live big colonies of glow worms that blurt a blue-green light strong enough to brighten their home caves.

These unique creatures are called arachnocampa luminosa. Auckland photographer Joseph Michael documented an homage to these wonderful new to us, creatures.

Joseph Michael in he website explain:  These long exposure photographs were captured in a number of limestone caves in the North Island. The 30 million year old formations form a majestic backdrop to the bioluminescence of the glowworms.

 

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