Trivia: Where does the color sepia come from?
The ink of a cuttlefish
A chemical byproduct
The ink of a Burned organic matter
Boiled vanilla bean pods
Correct Answer: The ink of a cuttlefish
So why is this answer correct? : The word “sepia” comes from the Greek word for cuttlefish — and that’s where the pigment comes from, too. Cuttlefish spray the reddish-brown ink when warding off predators in the water.