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The animal featured on the cover of Flash Remoting: The Definitive Guide is a cuttlefish. Cuttlefish (Sepia officinalis) are commonly found in the eastern Atlantic from England to North Africa and throughout the Mediterranean Sea. This soft-bodied marine creature belongs to the Cephalopoda class and, like all cephalopods, has a large head ringed by arms. Cuttlefish have eight arms, plus two long tentacles with suckers on their ends. Cuttlefish are usually about a foot long, and they move through the water by rippling a skirt of fins. They are sometimes called the chameleons of the sea because they can easily change their striped skin color to hide from predators or communicate with other cuttlefish.


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