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You’re Not Hallucinating. That’s Just Squid Skin. | Deep Look Video

February 1, 2017
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Octopuses and cuttlefish are masters of underwater camouflage, blending in seamlessly against a rock or coral. But squid have to hide in the open ocean, mimicking the subtle interplay of light, water, and waves. How do they do it?

This is another installment of the PBS Deep Look series. If no film or link appears in this email, go to the blog to view it by clicking on the blog title above. If the film stops & starts in an annoying manner, press pause (lower left double bars ||) to let it buffer and get ahead of you.  [Chuck Almdale]

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  1. Xtanner@aol.com permalink
    February 1, 2017 9:27 am

    Thanks chuck. I have subscribed but alas nothing happens. So I continue to rely on you, kinda iffy I’ve been told. Hank

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    • Chukar permalink*
      February 1, 2017 1:48 pm

      Is your “subscription problem” with SMBAS, or with Deep Look Video, or what?
      I don’t think SMBAS is “iffy”. We’re terrifically reliable, as long as I don’t get run over by a truck.

      SMBAS is not “subscribed” to this series. I create each video posting individually. I thought about trying to subscribe to it – I’ve never done such a thing and don’t know how – but I assumed that a subscription would send me only the NEW videos as they come out, and not bring me up to date with past videos.

      So I’m “bringing us all up to date” manually, which will take a few months at 1 every 4 days, which is what I’m doing. Stick with us and you’ll get them all.

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