The cuttlefish (Sepia latimanus) is a real master of color change.
The bioluminescent fish can modify their appearance and shape using flashing LCD-like bands to hypnotize prey before snatching it up.
That’s right — these fish use their strobing disco lights to psyche-out crabs and small fish!
Like the octopus, the cuttlefish have pigmented chromatophores in their skin, allowing them to camouflage with their surroundings.
Learn more about the cuttlefish in the video below.