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sapinho mimetizado ao ambiente de folhagens secas

Leaf Frog : Animals Blending Into Their Environment

camouflage

This photograph shows the camouflage pattern of Mimetismo “quase” perfeito that is truly unbelievable.

Camouflage et mimétisme chez les Animaux

Look closely, and you’ll see an Eastern screech owl hiding in plain sight! These owls are nocturnal and their amazing camouflage allows them to go largely unnoticed in the daytime.

camouflage

camouflage

Incredible photos showing the progress of birds building their nest! Wonder what kind they are...

Even Birds build cob homes! hornero-bird-building-nest Building a new home?

Chinese Ghoul (fish) .. look closely

Incredible pictures of camouflaged animals show how nature plays hide-and-seek

Animal camouflage: can you spot these masters of disguise playing hide-and-seek? - Telegraph

A Southern Rock Agama Lizard hides in Namibia. Animal camouflage: can you spot these masters of disguise playing hide-and-seek?

La théorie du tout: Jeux de cache-cache je vous aide ? ...................................................  Cherchez un oiseau...............................................  Toujours pas ? ...................................................  Cherchez sur la droite de votre écran

A grey flycatcher nests in a woodpile

Snake? It is not Snake! This is the larva of the Hemeroplanes triptolemus moth. In its larval form it is capable of expanding its anterior body segments to give it the appearance of a snake, complete with simulated eyes. It's mimicry extends even to the point where it will harmlessly strike at potential predators.

This is NOT a snake! Not even a reptile. This is the larva of the Hemeroplanes Triptolemus Moth. In its larval form it is capable of expanding its anterior body segments to give it the look of a snake complete with eyes. Its mimicry extends to the point.

Insectes et animaux en mode camouflage

Insectes et animaux en mode camouflage