Marine biologists described the mechanisms whereby squid iridesce but could not say how particular colors are chosen. "One possibility," said the leader of the study, "is the animals do not care." | Harper's Magazine

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Marine biologists described the mechanisms whereby squid iridesce but could not say how particular colors are chosen. “One possibility,” said the leader of the study, “is the animals do not care.”

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Marine biologists described the mechanisms whereby squid iridesce but could not say how particular colors are chosen. “One possibility,” said the leader of the study, “is the animals do not care.”

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