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What Can an Octopus Teach Us About National Security? A Q&A with Ecologist ... - Scie

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What Can an Octopus Teach Us About National Security? A Q&A with Ecologist ...
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[SIZE=-1]When an octopus is out and about, “millions of cells on the surface of its skin are all sensing and responding to the world around, instantly changing shape and color to perfectly match their immediate surroundings,” he writes in his book.[/SIZE]
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