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Image of the Day: Flashy Fish

False moray eels (Kaupichthys brachychirus, top, and Kaupichthys nuchalis, middle) and pipefish (Corythoichthys haematopterus, bottom) naturally fluoresce and may be capable of seeing fluorescence in other animals.

By | January 10, 2014

PLOS ONE, JOHN S. SPARKS ET AL.

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