What are chromatophores, and how do squids use them?

Answer

A chromatophore is a cell or plastid containing some pigment. They are cells that reflect light and are common to amphibians, fish and reptiles. The squid uses chromatophore to change colour and adapt to its surrounding thus remain almost invisible.
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