Capturing an octopus-eye view of the Great Barrier Reef - University of Bristol

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The camera enables the researchers to see an aspect of light that humans are essentially blind to: polarized light. Though humans aren’t sensitive to polarized light, many reef dwelling animals are but this has not always been taken into account in previous studies of reef communities.
 

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