Glow worms emit a phosphorescent light that turns underground caves into starry night


The Waitomo area in New Zealand is known for limestone caves, and there’s a magical kind of insect living inside these caves, the glowworm, these charming little creatures give off flashes of light when they fly at night and turn the caves beneath the surface into a surreal world. Photographer Shaun Jeffers captured these starry night like pictures.

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