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Whether they’re trying to avoid becoming dinner, or they’re inconspicuously hunting for some dinner themselves, creatures have come up with some ingenious ways to look like their surroundings. Take a peek at some of the camouflage masters below. Can you spot them all?
Can you see spot the very leafy caterpillar in Selangor, Malaysia? Image by Wohin Auswandern
How about the well-disguised gliding lizard above? This one, from southern India, is also referred to as a flying dragon. When it decides to move from tree to tree it spreads its hidden wings and soars. Image by Yathin Krishnappa
Do you see the tiny Chiffchaff bird in the mix above? Leaf warblers like these are common throughout northern Europe and Asia, where they breed in open woodlands. Image by James Offer
Having trouble so far? Well, the inconspicuous grasshopper hiding out in Evergreen, Colorado, should be a bit easier for you to find. Image by Normality Relief
The Emperor Dragonfly above may be hiding in plain sight, but its making a valiant attempt at keeping a low profile in Llandudno, Wales, Great Britain, with its leafy trunk. Image by Cj Roberts
Watch your toes! Crabs like this blend in perfectly with the beach in Kealia, Hawaii. Image by Michael
Is that a spider disguised as a flower bulb? Yup, you bet it is. Image by Image by JenAnifer
This tiny frog in Michigan is living on the edge. Image by Ellen Meiselman
REALLY COOL TRANSFORMATIONS BUT MY THING IS, HOW THE HECK DO THEY KNOW WHAT THEY LOOK LIKE – NO MIRRORS- IN ORDER TO CAMOUGLAGE THEMSELVES???