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Subject: How deep sea fish can become nearly invisible
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https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-53422345

Very interesting from a technical point of view, and really cool pictures.

I like to think that maybe some of those secrets have been known to women and men in the old times, and that some of the old tales could be true...who knows



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AnonUser wrote:

https://www.bbc.com/news/science-environment-53422345

Very interesting from a technical point of view, and really cool pictures.

I like to think that maybe some of those secrets have been known to women and men in the old times, and that some of the old tales could be true...who knows

Interesting:

"instead of bouncing the light back out, they scatter it back into the layer - it's a light trap."

Before reading the article, I was thinking it was something about being transparent.

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