Thursday, March 13, 2014

Where's Waldo? (The Octopus).

It's pretty well known that octopuses use camouflage as a defense mechanism.  But how exactly do they do this?  And what are the limits of their abilities?  Check out this video, complete with over the top science-drama music, to get a better idea of how cephlapod's chromatophores allow them to achieve such impressive camouflage feats, as well as seeking some pretty cool footage.

1 comment:

Jessica Bullington said...

That was awesome, thanks for sharing. Here's some more footage on Cephalopods! (And why cuttlefish are my favorite.)