In Sight: Masters of Camouflage | The Washington Post

In Sight: Masters of Camouflage | The Washington Post
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By Carolyn Van Houten and Ben Guarino

At the Marine Biological Laboratory, a nonprofit science center seated at the bottom of a seaside hill in Woods Hole, Mass., biologists are raising thousands of animals called cephalopods. These animals — octopuses, cuttlefish and squid — have much to offer biologists: Cephalopods have unusual genetics, unusual bodies and are unusually intelligent. See photo gallery …

Caption: Pyjama squid (Sepioloidea lineolata), one of the cephalopod species bred at the MBL. Credit: Carolyn Van Houten

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