What is the largest fish that can change its color to match it surroundings?



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    The Australian giant cuttlefish may fit your definition, although it is a cephalopod (like a squid), not a fish. It can grow five feet long and weigh up to 30 pounds. It can camouflage so well that it can become nearly invisible in rocks and caves. This cuttlefish can also change color when it is mating, angry, or excited.

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    The world’s largest fish is the whale shark. The whale shark displays disruptive coloration or a form of camouflage that breaks up the shape of the animal making it harder to be seen. The spots and stripes serve to break-up the outline of this huge fish’s body. From far away, the whale shark may only look like a small school of fish.

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