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A Deep Water Dimmer Switch: How Fish Use Light as Camouflage

The deep sea can be a dangerous place to be a fish. Certain fish at this depth have been known to create light to help camouflage their silhouettes from predators looking up at them from below, but since they are unable to see their own bellies, how do they know how bright their camouflage should […]

Fooled Ya! How marine animals stay hidden in plain sight

It’s April Fools’ Day! Today’s the day when you try to prank people, convince them your lies are true, and generally make mischief and act sneakily! Animals have to act like it’s April Fools’ Day everyday, and it probably isn’t nearly as much fun since their lives depend on it. Predators sneak up on their […]

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