Where's The Cuttlefish

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Duke biologist Sarah Zylinski wants to better understand how cuttlefish see the world. Like their relatives octopus and squid, cuttlefish are master camouflagers—and Zylinski says you can learn something about how they process visual information by testing how they change their skin patterns in relation to different backgrounds.

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