For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn’t Require Eyes – New York Times


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For an Octopus, Seeing the Light Doesn't Require Eyes
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Octopuses, squid and cuttlefish — a group of mollusks known as cephalopods — are the ocean's champions of camouflage. Octopuses can mimic the color and texture of a rock or a piece of coral. Squid can give their skin a glittering sheen to match the water …
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