Surfers ride glowing bioluminescent waves in Hermosa Beach - VIDEO

Stunning video shows two surfers riding glowing bioluminescent waves while being towed by a boat in Hermosa Beach.
HERMOSA BEACH, Calif. (KABC) -- Stunning video shows two surfers riding glowing bioluminescent waves while being towed by a boat in Hermosa Beach.

The surfers described it as a once in a lifetime experience, and one said she felt like she had superpowers when she touched the electric blue water.

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The magical effect is created by an algae bloom of phytoplankton in the ocean.

Last week, surfers were also captured on video catching bioluminescent waves off the San Clemente coast and a group of glowing dolphins were captured on video lighting up the waters of Newport Beach recently.

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