It's funny but there was a show on the other night that actually had the top 10 loudest animals and the shrimp was actually #1. And they were actually demonstrating that sonic boom between their claws and for that fraction of split second it created spark of light which was hotter then the SUN.
Was I on it? I can create sonics booms after a good curry.
It's funny. The crackly noise and phosphorescence doesn't happen every night. I wonder what gets them going? Some nights it can be really noisy and even the fish light up when the swim past. Then others there is nothing.
"Very well, you hand it over and we'll put your town to our rudder and ne'er return" Captain Barbossa, Black Pearl, Pirates of the Caribbean.
It is certainly a summer thing here. I don't see Phospho's in the colder winter waters. But once the sea gets warm in the summer, it becomes common again. Plus it seems to be in patches as well. One place the wake and bow wave lights up brightly and then it will drop away and then light back up again. It's realy cool.
For God so loved the world..........He didn't send a committee.