Waitomo Glowworm Caves is in New Zealand, and is a phosphorescent cave in North Island, having in its depths, thousands of bioluminescent worms of species , a species found only in New Zealand. Because of this, the cave has a great look, as if it was covered with mini LED lights or is comparable with a starry sky, offering an incredible view.
The cave was formed 30 million years, initially being filled with water. Basically, the larvae cling to the ceiling caves and begin to produce a sticky canvas, exuding those blue lights, especially to lure the insects and catch them.
These tiny creatures that illuminates delicate, can be seen if… http://tripelonia.com/headline/phosphorescent-cave-waitomo-glowworm/167