Squid hear sounds and demonstrate altered behavior

02/26/2012 | BBC

Ongoing research found that squid respond to various auditory stimuli by instinctively altering their behavior in just milliseconds, such as inking or changing colors. "Squid can probably use their hearing to find their way around the environment -- to sense the soundscape of the environment; for example, to find their way towards a reef or away from a reef, towards the surface or away from the surface," said researcher Aran Mooney.

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