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30 Times When Animals Naturally Hid Themselves In A Fashion That No Human Eye Can Detect

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30 Times When Animals Naturally Hid Themselves In A Fashion That No Human Eye Can Detect
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N ecessity is the mother of all inventions, and in this case, the mother of evolution. The need here is survival. Many animals undergo evolution to hide from their predators or to stay invisible to the animal they're planning to attack. It's the game of survival which keeps introducing humankind to the brilliance of nature. Like they say, if you want to survive, you should not stand out. Camouflage results from the process of evolution which occurs with every upcoming generation. It is the link between fitting in and surviving. Some animals blend in with the color and outer texture of tree barks like owls, lizards, etc. whereas snow leopards and seals hide near stones to give no chance to their dinner to run away or protest when attacked. The lilywhite coat of Willow Ptarmigan or Polar bears makes them almost invisible to their hunt. The question which generally arises is, how is the camouflage of chameleons different from that of the other animals. The answer being the difference between physical property and result of evolution. The color changing ability of a chameleon has been in existence since many generations whereas camouflage in the animals listed below is a result of evolution, which comes eventually with generation change. These changes in the appearance of the animals majorly depend on the nature of behaviour and physiology of the animal, its surroundings and climatic conditions of that area and the nature of the predator and thus become the true Masters of Disguise. Here we bring to you the 'Where's Waldo' game of our Animal Kingdom. Let's see how many of these Waldos you can find!

Uroplatus Geckos: If only you could find it!

Uroplatus Geckos: If only you could find it!

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Do you see it?

Do you see it?
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Willow Ptarmigan: Look harder, maybe you'll find it.

Willow Ptarmigan: Look harder, maybe you'll find it.
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Toads: How many are there?

Toads: How many are there?
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Common Baron Caterpillar: Tell me where it is?

Common Baron Caterpillar: Tell me where it is?
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Sea horse: Never knew it was so beautiful.

Sea horse: Never knew it was so beautiful.
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Spider: Is that spider made of glass?

Spider: Is that spider made of glass?
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Adelpha Serpa Celerio Caterpillar

Adelpha Serpa Celerio Caterpillar
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Stick Insect: Wondering where the branch ends and the insect begins.

Stick Insect: Wondering where the branch ends and the insect begins.
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Frog: Still finding.

Frog: Still finding.
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Owl: Salute!

Owl: Salute!
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Tropidoderus Childrenii: The true master of disguise.

Tropidoderus Childrenii: The true master of disguise.
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Leaf-Tailed Gecko: That leaf, or tail. Whatever!

Leaf-Tailed Gecko: That leaf, or tail. Whatever!
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Stone Flounder: Catch me if you can!

Stone Flounder: Catch me if you can!
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Great Potoo: I am giving up!

Great Potoo: I am giving up!
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Snow Leopard: Found me yet?

Snow Leopard: Found me yet?
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Katydid: I give up.

Katydid: I give up.
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Owl: Very hard to locate!

Owl: Very hard to locate!
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Giraffe: Look twice for it.

Giraffe: Look twice for it.
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Hedgehog: My goodness, great resemblance!

Hedgehog: My goodness, great resemblance!
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Mediterranean Octopus: The blue camouflage!

Mediterranean Octopus: The blue camouflage!
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Summer Flounder: Those eyes!

 Summer Flounder: Those eyes!
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Glauert's seadragon: I just blended with a marine leaf.

Glauert's seadragon: I just blended with a marine leaf.
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Sandhopper: I just sprinkled some sand on my body, and Bingo!

Sandhopper: I just sprinkled some sand on my body, and Bingo!
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Owl blends perfectly with tree bark.

Owl blends perfectly with tree bark.
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Orchid Mantis: The white dragon!

Orchid Mantis: The white dragon!
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Leopard: Looking for tonight's dinner.

Leopard: Looking for tonight's dinner.
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Ball Python: Now I'm never going to the bushes again.

Ball Python: Now I'm never going to the bushes again.
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Desert Lizard: I am already dying out of fear!

Desert Lizard: I am already dying out of fear!
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Wild Butterfly: Perfectly blending in the tree's bark.

Wild Butterfly: Perfectly blending in the tree's bark.
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