Susan Cohen

Science News: Amphibians Glow. Humans Just Couldn't See It—Until Now

Someone thought to shine a blue light, and discovered brilliance on a tiger salamander’s back. 
Gobs of green. Marbled salamander, Cranwell’s horned frog, newt with neon stripes. Their 
beauty dulled by limitations of the human eye. Possibly such flare serves to unnerve their 
predators. Silly newts. Don’t they know how much we cannot see, and yet we stomp everywhere.