The art of camouflage is one of the fundamental means of existence in the animal world. Whether you’re the hunter or the hunted, you’re usually obliged to be able to disguise, to confuse the enemy. Feature of natural selection — survival of the not fittest, but better merged with the terrain.
Insects, fish, arthropods and molluscs hone skills of disguise to Shine, but experienced photographers and can catch them in the frame. And not all examples could immediately see on the pictures…
Butterflies are nutcrackers of the family nymphalidae come across different colors — from light grey to a piercing blue. This instance is well camouflaged against the bark of a tree.
Flounder helps to blend in with the pebbles not only the perfect colors, but the flat shape of the body. The creation of the camouflage gone more than one thousand years of evolution, but it was worth it.
Lattely, they are the same latowicki insects of the order phasmatodea, turning your body into a perfect copy of the wood sheet. A fairly common method of disguise, but the impression still produces.
Sandy decapod crab easily go unnoticed, moving along the seabed. It draws attention only when his claw was already pooling around the victim.
Stick insects belong to the same squad as lattely, but instead the shape of the leaf chose to turn into a stick. See the insect in this photo? And it is.
Orchid mantis lives up to its name. Its unique look really looks like an exotic flower, and great cheats other insects.
Thaumoctopus mimicus is a species of octopus that can change color and texture depending on the terrain on which it is located. In addition, it copies the appearance and behavior of the various marine organisms that are absolutely unique in the underwater world.
Tarantula — though not too dangerous to humans, but very large and scary spider. Hone, moreover, the technique of masking to Shine that the surprise attack on an unsuspecting victim.