Why Do Jellyfish Glow?

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Jellyfish glow because of a chemical reaction that causes light to be created inside the jellyfish. This process is called bioluminescence. There are some species of squid that can also do this. 
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jellyfish glow because they know people wonder why because they do it and they know we will know we like it and want to know why and they are laughing at us right now! haha :
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Photoproteins cause the jellyfish's bioluminescence. Only about 70 species seriously harm or occasionally
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They are bioluminescant. Could be bacteria inside the animal or it could be achemical reaction inside it. Use it for mating maybe.
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