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January 09, 2020


Scientists put 3D glasses on CUTTLEFISH and play them movies to work out how they calculate distance when striking at prey

(Thanks to Roberto, Chuck, pharmaross and Andrew Mendez)


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Nielsen reports a spike in on-demand Jacques Cousteau documentary viewership in the coveted 18-34 year old cuttlefish demographic.

Were the 3D glasses free with admission or did they have to pay extra for those?

No, Dave, their favorite movie is "20,000 Leagues Under the Sea".

It's a miracle cuttlefish survived all those years without 3D glasses.

Did they get any real shrimp as a squid pro quo?

Little known fact - cuttlefish uses cuttlery to eat shrimp.

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