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Left to right: Bill Schaff, Cynthia Schaff, Peggy Forbes, David Forbes, Fay Joyce and Chris Joyce, while vacationing in New Zealand, visited the Glowworm Caves in Te Anau on the South Island. The worms there use bioluminescence to attract flies to eat and so need complete darkness. The group was pleased to see that the Sun was still shining when they exited the caves.

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