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A protective mimicry
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Some reef fish practice a protective mimicry. This ability to imitate one's environment is called homotypy. The fish coloration system is linked to the combination of three types of cells : the chromatophores, guanophores and iridophores. Some fish can exert a nervous control over all these cells and change their colors.
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