Artificial 'Cuttlefish' Muscles Contract for Camouflage - Discovery News

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    5 Artificial 'Cuttlefish' Muscles Contract for Camouflage
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    7 [SIZE=-1]By Kate Prengaman Cuttlefish and zebrafish switch skin color as part of their defense against predators. Artificial muscles and skin that mimic the animals could lead to materials that camouflage. When a cuttlefish wants to blend into the background of ...[/SIZE]
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