Cuttlefish Hypnotises Prey | Blue Planet II | BBC Earth

This specialist hunter knows just how dangerous their prey can be. To solve this problem, they hypnotise crabs by changing the colour of their skin.
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  1. Wanda Maximoff: Everybody's afraid of something.
    Ulysses Klaue: Cuttlefish! Deep sea fish, they make lights, disco lights, whomp, whomp, whomp, to hypnotize their prey, and then whomp! I saw a documentary; it was terrifying. So, if you're going to fiddle with my brain, and make me see a giant Cuttlefish, then I know you don't do business

  2. So how long, exactly, did it take the cuttlefish to “evolve” the ability to change its skin pigmentation before it could mesmerize crabs and devour them? A million years, maybe? That’s a long time between meals, eh? 🦑

  3. Always remember we must repent of our sins (sin is transgression The Law Of Yahuah The Father in Heaven. The Law are The Books: Genesis, Exodus, Leviticus, Numbers, & Deuteronomy). We must repent of our sins and Have Belief On Yahusha The Messiah. HE Died and Rose three days later so that we can be forgiven of our sins!

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