In coastal regions, the primary source of flow-agitated bioluminescence is dinoflagellates. These single-celled organisms are common members of the plankton tiny marine plants, animals or bacteria that float on or near the ocean’s surface. If the dinoflagellates are luminescent, there can be spectacular displays of bioluminescence at night. some bioluminescent bacteria and terrestrial invertebrates such as fireflies. In Puerto Rico there are 3 places of this bioluminescent phenomenon. When the night is dark in Laguna Grande de Fajardo, the lake begins to shine and its waters become luminous. This happens because Also there is Mosquito Bay in Vieques and in Cabo Rojo "La Palguera". This little corner of the world is one of the only places where you can experience an almost magical experience with nature. There are some 15 places in the world where you can find bioluminescence: Toyama Bay Japan, Bali Indonesia, Australia, Vietnam, Belgium, Thailand, Maldives.