VIDEO: (Silent Video) New research reveals that the giant humboldt squid communicates by quickly changing the color of its skin. Footage from the National Geographic Crittercam shows that the squid’s rapid flashing takes place only in front of the other squids, so this behavior is possibly being used to attract mates or warn rivals.
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