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These little fellows from Aquarium of the Pacific are Flamboyant Cuttlefish and they’re the masters of camouflage. They can not only change the color of their skin, but even the texture as well (from smooth to three-dimensional). These water chameleons are often compared to hippos because of their body shape, but unlike the real hippos, their brains are shaped like a donut. Their home is the tropical Indo-Pacific around northern Australia, New Guinea, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia.

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Tiny Underwater Hippos

These little fellows from Aquarium of the Pacific are Flamboyant Cuttlefish and they’re the masters of camouflage. They can not only change the color of their skin, but even the texture as well (from smooth to three-dimensional). These water chameleons are often compared to hippos because of their body shape, but unlike the real hippos, their brains are shaped like a donut. Their home is the tropical Indo-Pacific around northern Australia, New Guinea, the Philippines, Indonesia, and Malaysia.