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The Cuttlefish, a Master of Camouflage, Reveals a New Trick
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This, it turns out, is fairly close to reality for cuttlefish, the sprightly relatives of squids and octopuses, according to new research. Biologists at the University of Cambridge and the Marine Biological Laboratory in Woods Hole, Mass., have ...
Cuttlefish can put their camouflage abilities on autopilot to save energyThe Verge
Scientists discover the secrets behind the cuttlefish's 3-D 'invisibility cloak'Phys.Org
Scientists discover cuttlefish's auto-switching abilityThe Australian
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Secrets Of The Cuttlefish's Uncanny Camouflage Abilities Revealed ...
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Octopus, squid, and cuttlefish can change their skin's colours, patterns, and textures in ways not seen anywhere else in the animal kingdom. You see what looks to be a clump of seaweed, and then it suddenly springs to life in the form of a retreating ...
See the crazy way octopus and cuttlefish get spiky - FuturityFuturity: Research News
Cuttlefish spikes out skin as part of camouflage tactic - InfosurhoyInfosurhoy

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Squid skin could be the solution to camouflage material - Phys.org
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Cephalopods—which include octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish—are masters of disguise. They can camouflage to precisely match their surroundings in a matter of seconds, and no scientist has quite been able to replicate the ...
Squid Skin Could be the Solution to Camouflage MaterialLaboratory Equipment
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Watch an octopus get spiky
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Since cuttlefish don't have tunable iridescence, and squid don't have papillae, this finding raises interesting questions about the evolution and function of the neural circuit in different species. Gonzalez-Bellido said: We hypothesize that the neural ...



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Squid Skin Reveals Camouflage Secrets
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Cephalopods — which include octopuses, squid, and cuttlefish — are masters of disguise. They can camouflage to precisely match their surroundings in a matter of seconds, and no scientist has quite been able to replicate the spectacle. But new ...



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Octopus-Inspired Camouflage: New Material Can Trick Heat ...
Newsweek
Which animal would make the best spy? Perhaps something tiny like a beetle or something camouflaged like a chameleon? It might surprise you, but the octopus has them all beat. Forget the animal's eight legs—their skin is the stuff of magic. It can ...
Scientists Develop Squid And Octopus-Inspired Cloaking Device ...IFLScience
Researchers develop octopus skin-inspired infrared camouflageZME Science

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