CRYPTIC COLORATION: These Camouflaged Animals Are Masters Of Disguise

Camouflage, also called cryptic coloration, is a defense or tactic that organisms use to blend in with their surroundings. Background matching is perhaps the most common camouflage tactic. While some animals are so dangerous that they don’t require hiding their presence, others rely on deception and camouflage to prevent themselves from meeting a fateful end at the hands (or the jaws) of one of their predators. See if you can spot any of these incredible camouflaged animals hiding out in their natural habitats.

CRYPTIC COLORATION: These camouflaged animals are masters of disguise
Great Horned Owl
CRYPTIC COLORATION: These camouflaged animals are masters of disguise
Leaf-Tailed Gecko
CRYPTIC COLORATION: These camouflaged animals are masters of disguise
Uroplatus Gecko
CRYPTIC COLORATION: These camouflaged animals are masters of disguise
Arctic Fox
CRYPTIC COLORATION: These camouflaged animals are masters of disguise
Stick Insect

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