The smooth nylon shrimp (Heterocarpus Laevigatus) employs a particularly efficient chemical defense mechanism to survive in the harsh depths of the Pacific ocean. The shrimp temporarily disorients would-be-predators by discharging a large quantity of bioluminescent liquid from its mouth.
Seems to take it a bit to squirt. I would have had it in my mouth before then. Still it's pretty cool looking. I'm glad my name doesn't sound like a blaxploitation character. Sorry about the obnoxious Japanese source video, I suggest turning down the sound.