With years of discovery under your belt, you've never seen anything quite like this: GLOWING triceratops bones! You and the crew gently unearth the remains of this massive beast and start moving outward from it until a bony, stegasaurus plate glows from under the dust. More and more bones emerge from the depths of history and fill the site with a faint green light. What could cause such an anomaly? Did they glow before or after extinction? Will they stay this way in a museum environment? We don't have the answers yet, but we can say the special thread will keep these socks glowing for a long time and Paleontologists will really dig this sock—we can feel it in our bones.