Light in the Dark: A Study on Bioluminescence
Students explore bioluminescence in sea organisms. They participate in a glow stick activity that will allow them to be bioluminescent creatures in the deep sea and finally, design their own midwater/deep sea fish that uses bioluminescence.
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