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AbstractSeasonal changes in the natural light condition play a pivotal role in the regulation of many biological processes in organisms. Disruption of this natural condition via the growing loss of darkness as a result of anthropogenic light pollution has been linked to species-wide shifts in behavioral and physiological traits. This review starts with a brief overview of the definition of light pollution and the most recent insights into the perception of light. We then go on to review thedoi:10.1007/s11356-020-11824-7 pmid:33341922 fatcat:7rme42kue5ec5elialmm5zirhy