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Camouflaged Cuttlefish Employ Electrical Stealth
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When you're as soft and delicious as a cuttlefish, evading predators is a full-time job. Not only do these squid-like creatures employ stealthy visual camouflage when a predator looms nearby, new research shows they also manage to cloak their ...
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Cuttlefish can repel sharks
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Sharks, one of the cuttlefish's main enemies, home in on faint bioelectric fields generated by the bodies of their prey which they pick up using sensitive detectors on their snouts. A common cuttlefish at rest produces a bioelectric potential of 10-30 ...


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New study reveals electric camouflage in cuttlefish
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Dubbed a “master of deception and disguise,” the cuttlefish, a mollusk related to the squid and octopus, possesses innate abilities to protect itself from predators. In a study released Tuesday, researchers found that beyond the ability to camouflage ...
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