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Deep-sea squid appear to have their own language
3/25/2020

Humboldt squid, which live deep in the ocean, glow in the dark and are highly social, may have developed a way to communicate with each other, according to findings published in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. They use their bioluminescence as a backlight to display complex messages through skin patterns on their bodies, researchers say.

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