In case you’re wondering how anything could be this gaudy and survive, it couples the color to a nasty toxin saturating its flesh. “Eat me and die,” it’s saying.
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A species name would have been nice. Is it Metasepia pfefferi, a.k.a. Pfeffer’s flamboyant cuttlefish?
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