There is one exception to the finder’s otherwise perfect ability to find any living, mobile animal. Cape worms are segmented worms with a cape of living tissue attached just behind the head. This produces a lot of drag while swimming and so cape worms are rather clumsy and slow. What they lack in speed they make up for in camouflage. Curling completely under the cape when predators pass, the cape mimics the texture and brightness of surrounding objects and cancels all electrical emanations by creating a second wave of opposite phase. Beps will sometimes graft cape worm capes onto themselves, but since the capes are designed to block the unique electrical signature of a different animal, they only partially work. Their brightness and texture mimicking properties fail completely.
Hello, my name is Dan. I am an author, artist, explorer, and contemplator of subjects large and small. I like bacon. I like pizza. I like bacon pizza. I enjoy long walks on the beach, but prefer the mountains. I am a huge fan of Jesus. When I grow up, I want to be just like him and create my own universes.