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Chameleons Use Colorful Language to Communicate: Chameleons’ Body Regions Are ‘Billboards’ for Different Types of Information

To protect themselves, some animals rapidly change color when their environments change, but chameleons change colors in unusual ways when they interact with other chameleons. Arizona State University researchers have discovered that these color changes don’t happen “out-of-the-blue” — instead, they convey different types of information during important social interactions. Leer más.

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