Cuttlefish, the masters of disguise

May 16, 2011 § Leave a comment

From New Scientist’s “Born to be Viral” series comes this video showing the extraordinary camouflage abilities of the humble cuttlefish.  The research described is being done at the Marine Biological Laboratories, just down the road in Woods’ Hole — with the goal of creating our own invisibility cloaks, of course.  Not just because cuttlefish are cool.

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