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Color-changing Amphibians: Lane Change In The Cytoskeleton

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    Many amphibians and fish are able to change their color in order to better adapt to their environment. Scientists have now investigated the molecular mechanisms in the cytoskeleton necessary for this and revealed potential evolutionary paths. xj4uBeocxvQ.gif

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