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How Octopuses Make Themselves Invisible - Scientific American (blog)


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How Octopuses Make Themselves Invisible
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[SIZE=-1]By Katherine Harmon | June 1, 2012 | The octopus is an amazing master of disguise. It can essentially vanish, right before your eyes, into a complex scene of colorful coral or a clump of kelp waving in the currents. For a view of this phenomenon in ...[/SIZE]


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