This video is of the Waitomo Glowworm Caves, on New Zealand’s North Island.
Going here and seeing the caves is definitely something on my bucket list.
All of those little glowing dots are created by the larva of Arachnocampa luminosa (a species of fungus gnat), who suspend sticky lines of silk to catch prey. Because there are so many of them glowing on the ceiling of the cave, any flying insects that wander in will try to fly up, believing that the cave ceiling is the night sky and that they are outdoors. This will be the last mistake the insect ever makes.
Lumbris behave similarly to their real-life counterparts, taking up residence in Taiyo’s Starlight Cavern (which, because of its resemblance to a starry sky, is also where many Cosmic-types go to feel at home again). They aren’t the strongest of Pokémon, even by Bug-type standards, but their ability Fluorescent is a game changer.
The ability functions similarly to Mummy, in that it has a chance to spread to other Pokemon upon making contact. But unlike Mummy, which has a neutral effect, Fluorescent will ensure that the accuracy of all enemy moves is 100% (it’s easier to hit a target when they’re covered in slime and glowing).