Mosquito Bay boasts one of the craziest natural phenomena I’ve seen, bioluminescence.
This unique bay contains up to 720,000 single-celled bioluminescent dinoflagellates per gallon of water. These half-plant, half-animal organisms emit a flash of bluish light when agitated at night. The high concentration of these creatures (Pyrodimium bahamense) can create enough light to read a book from.
As all great natural things, this bay is in danger of being ruined by development.