The vampire squid (which is actually a cephalopod, not a squid) can turn itself inside out. It does this when it feels threatened or vulnerable.
Click on the link below to see a video of the vampire squid in its natural habitat.
A sea cucumber can also turn itself inside out, using its gastric juices as a poison to fend off predators.
Sea cucumbers turn themselves inside out, especially when under attack, so that their toxic digestive juices poison their enemies. Sea cucumbers can also change their body states and morph themselves from solid to liquid in milliseconds.
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