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Photographer captures magical sight of fireflies dancing in a Japanese forest at night
by Emma Taggart
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8 August 2020
On 8 August 2020 My Modern Met reported:
While cherry blossom season marks the beginning of spring in Japan, there's an equally beautiful natural phenomenon that happens in the summer. Beginning in June, Hime-hotaru fireflies illuminate the forests in a breathtaking display that looks just like a star-studded night sky. Japanese photographer and CG artist Yutaka Kagaya (aka KAGAYA) recently captured this otherworldly occasion with a stunning photo of fireflies dancing around a field of hydrangeas at night.
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To us, it appears that the lightning bugs are putting on a dazzling display, but their twinkling lights have a biological significance.
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