Discussion in 'Physiology and Biology' started by DWhatley, Feb 25, 2016.
Japanese pygmy squid (Idiosepius paradoxus) use ink for predation as well as for defence
YouTube Video of the Japanese pygmy squid using ink to confuse prey
Oh, this is super cool! Thanks for sharing the info and the video!
Yeah, really cool! Some molluscan ink (I'm thinking of sea hares) is used to dull the olfactory senses of crustaceans (predatory lobsters in this example), so not too much of a stretch to use it for hunting crustaceans as well!
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