Friday Squid Blogging: Chromatophores
Chromatophores are tiny color-changing cells in cephalopods. Watch them blink back and forth from purple to white on this squid’s skin in an Instagram video taken by Drew Chicone…
It’s completely hypnotic to watch these tiny cells flash with color. It’s as if the squid has a little sky full of twinkling stars on its skin. This has to be one of the coolest looking sea creatures I’ve seen.
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Sidebar photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.
– Chromatophores are tiny color-changing cells found in cephalopods like squids.
– A fascinating Instagram video captures the mesmerizing blink of these cells as they switch between purple and white on a squid’s skin.
– The appearance of twinkling stars on the squid’s skin makes it one of the most visually appealing sea creatures.
– The blog post invites readers to discuss security stories that haven’t been covered.
– The post also includes tags related to squids and provides a link to the blog posting guidelines.
– The post was published on July 21, 2023, and has received 41 comments.
– The sidebar features a photo of Bruce Schneier by Joe MacInnis.