Is Bioluminescence The Most Common Form of Communication on the Planet?

Maybe our attempts to communicate with aliens is all wrong

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I’ll admit, glowing sea creatures haven’t exactly been on my radar of curiosities. I suppose it seems a bit silly considering how bewildering it is that glowing plants and animals exist in real life and not just in sci-fi stories. I guess it’s…

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