Cephalopods: Masters of Disguise

Proper greatergood_ctg_belowtitle

Cephalopods (that is, squid, octopi, & cuttlefish), although they are color-blind, blend incredibly well into their environment. They use their seemingly otherworldly sensory perceptions to analyze and recreate their surroundings, and change the color and texture of their skin for an almost perfect camouflage.

What’s even more complex and perplexing, however, is how cephalopods like the octopus are able to change the patterns in their skin to prevent other creatures from detecting them.

Learn more — watch the video.

Researchers Discover A Prehistoric Great White Shark Nursery In Chile: Click “Next” below!

The Rainforest Site is a place where people can come together to protect our environment for generations to come. In addition to signing important environmental petitions, shopping for the cause, and learning about the natural world, visitors can take just a moment each day to click on a green button to preserve vital wildlife habitat. Visit The Rainforest Site and click today - it's free!
Proper greatergood_ctg_belowcontent