Cuttlefish are marine animals of the order Sepiida. They belong to the class
Cephalopoda, which also includes squid, octopodes, and nautiluses. Cuttlefish
Crustaceans beware: That piece of coral might be a camouflaged cuttlefish
looking for a quick bite.
Jun 27, 2014 ... Cuttlefish change the patterns on their body for courtship rituals, when they eat a
snack, and most famously when they want to blend in.
(non-Flash) In this interactive feature, explore the anatomy of a cuttlefish and
learn how this animal gained its reputation of being a master of disguise and ...
Cuttlefish are cephalopods, which are also found in the North Sea. On the beach,
though, they are rarely found, but more often their shells, which are called ...
Cuttlefish are armed to hunt. When a shrimp or fish is in range, the cuttlefish aims
—and shoots out two tentacles to seize its prey. Like their octopus kin, cuttlefish ...
The cephalopods (meaning 'head-footed'), a group of molluscs containing the
octopuses, squid and cuttlefish, are probably the most intelligent of all ...
Common throughout the Indo-Pacific region, Europe, Africa and beyond, the
cuttlefish is a mollusc from the class of cephalopods, a cousin of the octopus and
Cuttlefish definition, any of several cephalopods, especially of the genus Sepia,
having eight arms with suckers and two tentacles, and ejecting a black, inklike ...
Oct 6, 2015 ... Most camouflaged creatures try to hold still so they won't give away their ruse. But
cuttlefish aren't most creatures. These masters of camouflage ...