Squid skin is naturally anti-microbial

This new finding makes squid skin a potentially valuable medical product, and could reduce waste from commercial fisheries.


Many types of squid have the ability to alter the color of skin cells called chromatophores, in order to blend in with their environment. This allows them to hide from predators, and is often triggered when the squid feels threatened. These same squids, including the Humboldt squid (Dosidicus gigas), are commercially fished in parts of North and South America.



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