Flamboyant cuttlefish don’t always look the way their name suggests, but instead blend in with their muddy surroundings until they want to mate or fight, according to findings published in the Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. The marine creatures will turn on their true colors when threatened by predators in the hope of scaring them off or when they want to attract suitors, researchers say.

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