Iridescent color isn’t always for standing out—for some creatures, it’s for blending in.
Here's how it works.
Now we can understand more about dinosaurs’ environments based on their appearance.
Some caterpillars look exactly like poop
In Dead Color
Key step toward active shade-changing camouflage
Superbowl-prediction gene not yet found
And scientists are using them to spot the cats
You'll never want to change your clothes again
Look, ma, no eyes
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