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Nice cephalo camo video

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Great one! Thanks -
 

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I didnt know that there was a Puerto Rican cuttle. Anyone know what type that was. Seemed a good size for aquaria, from what I could tell.
 

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That's really cool. I doubt those single-celled bioluminescent organisms actually developed that strategy though.... my guess is that they're just like that, and when the cuttles figured out that they could use them to detect their prey, it made the bioluminescent creatures more fit for survival. Come on National Geographic, teach that evolution right! :nyah:
 

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