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(CNN)   Pink octopus gets wartier the lower it goes, scientists say while trying not to snicker   (cnn.com) divider line
    More: Interesting, Ocean, World Octopus Day, lead study author, different species, Oceanography, Species, Janet Voight, animal species  
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2019-10-10 08:24:26 PM  
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2019-10-10 09:23:57 PM  
"...proving that animals can look different and still belong to the same species."

That's a weird stretch. Octopi are know for mimicry and camouflage, so of course they can look different from their own family...

My cat looks different from other cats of the same species. Was anyone really looking for such "proof," to begin with?
 
2019-10-11 02:29:59 AM  

fark'emfeed'emfish: "...proving that animals can look different and still belong to the same species."

That's a weird stretch. Octopi are know for mimicry and camouflage, so of course they can look different from their own family...

My cat looks different from other cats of the same species. Was anyone really looking for such "proof," to begin with?


Looks like these scientists are not sufficiently good at sciencing
 
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