Study: Polarized light is an underwater animal communication tool

02/20/2012 | ScienceDaily

Cuttlefish can see 1-degree differences in polarized light, which enables them to see aspects of the environment that are essentially invisible to humans. Squid and octopuses also see polarized light, and the findings suggest underwater animal communication, including camouflage, may be much more extensive than previously believed.

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