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Chromatic mimicry
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The colorful reef fish develop several types of mimicry including camouflage which is the art of melting into one's environment through stains, streaks, mixtures of colors. It stems most often from a chromatic mimicry controlled by the nervous system. Some species can change color quickly while others take months to adapt their coat to a new environment.
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