A species of oval squid, locally known as Shiro-icha, from Okinawa.
A species of oval squid from Okinawa, locally known as Shiro-ika, is being cultured at OIST’s Marine Science Station. This animal exhibited amazing camouflaging abilities never before recorded in squid. Credit: Ryuta Nakajima / OIST. This image appeared in the press release “Squid recorded color-matching substrate for the first time”.
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