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Deep-sea squid go from transparent to dark as fast as a Kindle - Register


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Robotic Staff
Oct 15, 2005
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Deep-sea squid go from transparent to dark as fast as a Kindle
[SIZE=-1]As the vid above shows, the remarkable Japetella heathi, a bulbous, short-armed, 3-inch octopus, and Onychoteuthis banksii, a 5-inch squid, are normally quite transparent. But when a certain shade of blue light is shone upon them, they almost instantly ...[/SIZE]
[SIZE=-1]Japetella heathi octopus uses duel camouflage system to baffle all predators[SIZE=-1]Daily Mail[/SIZE][/SIZE]
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