PHYSICS: … anyway to spruce up your surfaces, some light diffraction goes a long w—uh, yes, question?
KISSLIP CUTTLEFISH: yes hi Physie long big fan of what you’re doing with iridescent light here
PHYSICS: aw tsym
KISSLIP: omg we should tentacollab!??
PHYSICS: omg YES let’s gooo!!
Cuttlefish skin is equipped with a panoply of cells that help the animal camouflage and communicate. Chromatophores provides browns, yellows and reds, while leucophores act like a brilliant white mirror to incoming light. Iridophores breakup incoming light as it dances over the cuttle’s skin to reveal beautiful blues, greens and purples—which kisslip cuttlefish use in their gorgeous mating displays!