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Glowworms Transform a New Zealand Cave into an Enchanting Starry Sky

By wandering into the 30-million-year-old limestone caves on New Zealand's North Island, picture taker Joseph Michael had the capacity catch mystical pictures of the glowworms that call this place home. Against the regular background that the cavern gives, it looks just as there are several little, blue-tinted stars, yet this is really the work of glowworms known as Arachnocampa luminosa. Utilizing a long-presentation system, the picture taker had the capacity catch the glowworm hatchlings and their captivating light in a manner that makes the limestone arrangement look just as its an indoor, starry sky.