#🐙#🌈 Cephalopods only have 1 light receptor in their retina, making them pretty much only able to see black and white. Scientists have puzzled for decades how these animals can change their skin to blend into their backgrounds so well—and more so—how they can take the risk of making themselves visible to their potential mates if they can't even see colors. Well, apparently they can see colors, just not the way we do. A team of scientists are theorizing that their odd pupils, which can be W, U or dumbbell-shaped, let light in from many directions. This enables them to see colors. The researchers also believe that this kind of color reception takes up a lot of brainpower—a lot more than our circular pupils need—so that may be one of the reasons cephalopods became the most intelligent invertebrates. You can read more about it here: http://news.berkeley.edu/2016/07/05/weird-pupils-let-octopuses-see-their-colorful-gardens/ @octonation@discoverocean@oceanfirsteducation@oceana@ocean_institute@natgeocreative@9gag@mothernaturenetwork@aquariumpacific@montereybayaquarium@seattleaquarium
Hay etapas que son tapas. Tapones en el culo de tu vida que se convierten en acumuladores de mierda. Pero las tapas, tapones y chapas existen para ser DES tapadas. Y cual chaleco salvavidas de avión, "en caso de emergencia tire de la anilla". Ea. #AlegraElMundo
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