Flamboyant Cuttlefish Behavior Explained

Marine Biologists Explain the Bright Colors of Flamboyant Cuttlefish

Scuba divers and some researchers often catch the bright colored flamboyant cuttlefish in the ocean or in labs and aquariums. However, a team of marine biologists clarify that the species typically looks like a lump of sand or muddy brown, saving its bright colors for mating, flirting, and scaring predators.
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