Natures wonder: cuttle fish survival mechanism (Introduction)

by David Turell @, Friday, December 04, 2015, 00:34 (1680 days ago) @ dhw

DAVID: That is a big 'if'. How do the survivors, Kevin and Kitty, tell the others about their feat? Tell me about cuttlefish communication.

Well, you've got me there. Here is my confession: although it has always been my life's ambition to study cuttlefish, ......However, I know from various articles posted by a dear friend of mine that animals, birds, reptiles, insects, plants and even bacteria have their own means of communication, which scientists have described in great detail. So I'm gonna go out on a limb here, and make a remarkably daring prediction: that one day scientists will find out that cuttlefish can also communicate.

Now, now, I'm sure that cuttlefish have a means of communication. They do become mammas and poppas. Canoodling requires communication, but I don't think they talk about shark avoidance in any meaningful way.

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