Added on: 19th Mar 2016
Most katydids exhibit characteristics of mimicry or camouflage,
primarily resembling that of leaves.
The most common lizard in Africa is also one of the best at
The smallest seahorses in the world are so good at camouflage
that they were only discovered when one of their hosts was
being examined in a laboratory.
These solitary predators are agile and have great eyesight but
also don’t mind waiting patiently and using their
camouflage to trick their prey.
This miniature African praying mantis is known for its leaf like body.
Found all over the world, their scientific name is derived from an
ancient Greek word meaning “apparition” or “phantom”
because they are so hard to spot.
Common throughout the Arctic, these foxes blend into some of the
most extreme environments on the planet.
These tropical birds are so good at camouflage that you would
have a hard time knowing they were there if it weren’t for
their distinctive call.