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Oct 23, 2020

[Answer] What animal glows pink under UV light?

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...1. Cockatoo 2. Great horned toad 3. Flying squirrels 4. Skink




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Flying squirrels - As if flying squirrels weren't cool already (they can glide for 150 feet or more!), an accidental scientific discovery revealed that they also glow bubblegum pink under UV light. Flying squirrels are one of the few known mammals that fluoresce, which involves absorbing light in one color and emitting it in another. Curiously, scientists haven't yet determined why the flying squirrel has evolved to have this ability from an evolutionary standpoint. While flying squirrels are one of the few mammals that light up under black light, they're far from the only animals that do. Many insects, spiders, and scorpions also show up in a rainbow of hues when lit up too!:


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