Cuttlefish colours, new study


This February 2018 video says about itself:

Cuttlefish Look Like Squid—and Like Crabs, and Like Algae, and Like Rocks | National Geographic

A new study examines the muscles, nerves, and chemicals that enable cuttlefish—animals related to squid—to change their skin texture, mimicking another animal or their surroundings.

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