What might happen if living organisms that emit light energy produced a large amount of heat energy?

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Living organism does not produce light energy. Though there are some species where
 some organism can produce light with the help of some chemical reactions within their bodies. The process is called bioluminescence. Sun is the ultimate source of heat or light energy. Almost all living organism releases heat during the process of respiration, but the amount of heat released during this process cannot cause any change in the environment. 

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