Hello little ones! Juvenile giant Australian cuttlefish developing under rocks in the waters of South Australia.
In May-August each year, giant Australian cuttlefish gather and mate over a narrow stretch of rocky coastline in South Australia. At their peak you see literally one cuttlefish per square metre.
Elusive and mysterious by nature, ordinary people are revealing the secrets of the UK's octopuses.
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Cephalopods are able to adapt rapidly to changing conditions.
Pretty impressive, mimicry octopus, but you don’t fool us.
Last week, a new frog capable of shape-shifting, was discovered. Though many other animals use camouflage, there are only a few other species known which can actually shift their shape.
Rapid colour change may occur due to various “triggers” – but what are they?
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When most people think of colour change, they think of octopuses or chameleons - but the ability to rapidly change colour is surprisingly widespread. Many species of crustaceans, insects, cephalopods (squid…