Some animals are pretty good at camouflaging themselves. But how do animals make themselves invisible? animalfunfacts.net tells you HOW they do it and shows you some beautiful photos.
Lots of animals have colors that make them almost “invisible” to predators in their natural surroundings. Some even go one step further: they change their color or have a special shape that lets them melt into the background.
They are true masters of disguise! Let animalfunfacts.net introduce you to 12 animals that look exactly like plants or trees. Take the test and give it your best guess!
Photos and info about animals that can make themselves invisible
You are more interested in watching a video? Here we go! In this video about animal camouflage we explain the terms mimesis and mimicry in detail, too:
Use these links to find the individual animals:
- Denise's Pygmy Seahorse
- Leaf-Tail Gecko
- Indian Oakleaf
- Carpet Flathead
- Eastern Screech Owl
- Mossy Frog
- Ambon Scorpionfish
- Common Baron
- Mimic Octopus
- Stick Insect
- Tobacco Hornworm
- Wolf Spider
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