Can Cuttlefish camouflage in a living room?

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+14 1. ben26 commented 8 years ago

I'm a bit worried. Think I heard something moving in my room but can't see it :|
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+13 2. PuffPuff commented 8 years ago

Well, that's very interesting but I do not think it's actually saying anything about that awesome creature.

He has evolved in a given environment and has developed skills for that particular set of rules.

If he was going to survive in that type of environment for enough time for him to properly adapt to it, I'm sure he won't have any problems doing it.

But, as I said, interesting video.
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+3 3. Ash-BG commented 8 years ago

#1 Only if your room is under the ocean and all your windows are open >:)
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+3 4. nowhereman commented 8 years ago

i wouldn't mind if hammond takes over for the voice of attenborough.
it's different, but it works.
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+2 5. mashkalji commented 8 years ago

when I hear hammond narration I can't help it but to expect the cuttlefish to go VROOOOOOOM around the top gear track