A fight between two male cuttlefish includes complex interactions and signals.
A new study reveals that it is possible for male termites to mate with another male termite. Gender-altering at its best? But, there are actually other animals who can.
The squid-like cuttlefish has tricks up its non-sleeves for eluding the ocean's fiercest predator, the shark, and others that would snatch it up for prey.
Students at the Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH) in Zürich recently rolled out a highly maneuverable aquatic robot that they claim is the "only four finned cuttlefish robot in the world." And while that may seem like a pretty strange thing to boast, the cuttlefish is an incredible animal, and has been inspiring the technological world for some time.
Many octopus and cuttlefish have the remarkable ability to change the hue of their skin to better reflect their surroundings. Now soldiers may one day be able to pull off the same feat, blending into their environment no matter where they go.