We’ve previously written about animals that can easily see fluorescence, such as butterflies and bees. But what about those animals that glow themselves? Such as wombats, echidnas and possums? The American flying squirrel? They all glow different colors when a black light is shined on them.
Now add to that the springhare, a rodent-like animal found mainly in parts of Africa. Yes, it does look like a rabbit.
Researchers in Wisconsin discovered this sort of by accident. To read all about it and see before and after photos of the springhare, just go here.