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Study of 125 Mammals Shows A Larger List of Animals That “Glow” Under UV Light

Garbrielle Rockson in People magazine describes a  Western Australian Museum and Curtin University study of 125 common mammals viewed under ultraviolet light to determine if they would “glow” / fluoresce. A new study has found that mammals can glow in the dark! On Wednesday, research by the Western Australian Museum and Curtin University revealed that it’s “extremely…

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