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Cuttlefish Use Ancient Ink Formula - Scientific American


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Cuttlefish Use Ancient Ink Formula
[SIZE=-1]Scientific American[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]The melanin in modern-day cuttlefish ink is nearly chemically identical to the pigment found in ancient cephalopods' fossilized ink sacs. Sophie Bushwick reports. Why do testicles hang the way they do? Is there an adaptive function to the female orgasm ...[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Modern Squid Ink Unchanged From Jurassic Times[SIZE=-1]Science 2.0[/SIZE][/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Squid ink hasn't changed in the last 160 million years[SIZE=-1]Wired.co.uk[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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