Like humans, animals develop survival techniques depending on the climate, the threats and the scenarios presented. Among these forms is the camouflage, which has evolved along with them and has become part of their instincts. These animals know how to go unnoticed very well before their hunters do. They do it in a very unique and curious way. Take a look and check out how they operate!
It is a mantis that is found in the humid and warm areas of these forests of Southeast Asia, such as the Rainforests of Malaysia, Indonesia, and Sumatra. These small animals are kept in the orchids of flowering papaya trees. The coloring of their bodies allows them to play with the environment in where they are, and thus camouflaging themselves very easily if they feel threatened.
Dry leaf butterfly
It is actually a type of moth that is found in Europe and some parts of Asia. The name was given because when it is resting, it looks like a real dry leaf, which makes them go unnoticed by anyone's eyes.
Great gray owl
Owls are well known for being mysterious and lonely animals, and this is named after the gray and dark patterns in its body, and among the characteristics that differentiates it from others is its tail that is a little longer than normal. No doubt they are experts in going unnoticed among the trees of the forests.
The species is endemic to Madagascar, that is, it is not found anywhere else in the world. Its adult size is 2.6 to 6 inches in total length, including the tail. They are able to hide among the leaves and branches of trees very easily thanks to their appearance.
This species lives in areas of the Western Pacific, can be found in shallow and warm waters from southern Japan to northern Australia. Since it is very good hiding among the reefs because of its tiny size and great resemblance, it was discovered very recently by mistake. It had been trapped in a coral that was to be examined.
Better known as the master of camouflage, for its ability to change color due to the hormones that directly affect the pigment cells found in your skin. They do this when they feel threatened or there is a change in temperature. There are about 161 species of chameleons, most of them in Africa south of the Sahara.