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- Our full name is Biological & Popular Culture, Inc., but we prefer BioPop!
- We are a wholly-owned subsidiary of Intrexon Corporation.
- Dinoflagellates are phytoplankton – a type of marine algae.
- “Dino” comes from a shortened named for dinoflagellates – the bioluminescent algae in our products!
- We farm our own cultures of dinoflagellates at our facility in San Diego.
- The dinoflagellates absorb light during the day and produce natural light at night.
- Dinoflagellates only produce natural light while they are in motion during their nighttime phase.
- The DinoPet is an apatosaurus shaped micro-aquarium filled with thousands of dinoflagellates.
- Bioluminescence occurs naturally all over the world. Some of the well-known places include Mosquito Bay on the Island of Vieques, Puerto Rico, San Juan Island in Washington, Gippsland Lakes in Victoria, Australia, and Bioluminescent Bay in Fajardo, Puerto Rico.
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