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In a flash, invisible octopus turns red - Futurity: Research News

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In a flash, invisible octopus turns red
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[SIZE=-1](Credit: Sarah Zylinski, Duke University) DUKE (US) — If you're a snack-sized squid or octopus living 600 meters below the ocean surface, having some control over your reflection could be a matter of life and death. Xbox bonus? ...[/SIZE]
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Not sure what is so new about this, except using blue light to trigger them to change. But they do use O. 'banksii,' so yay for onychoteuthids in the news :cool:
 

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Tintenfisch;184208 said:
Not sure what is so new about this, except using blue light to trigger them to change. But they do use O. 'banksii,' so yay for onychoteuthids in the news :cool:

Yeah, this stuff has the same information like the last couple of articles?:confused:
 

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