Top 10 Animals with Camouflage
Arctic Fox:If there must be an Arctic Hare, there must be an Arctic Fox that hunts it. In this case, the animal’s white fur camouflages it from its prey as well as its predators.
Chameleon:They are lizards of warm climates and are found in parts of the Middle East, southwestern Asia, and southern Europe, Madagascar, nearly all of Africa, and parts of India and Sri Lanka.
Crab Spider:gets its name because it holds its front legs and scuttles much the way a tiny crab would. There are over 2000 species of Thomisidae crab spider, and they live all over the world.
Arctic Hare:This hare is famous for both living in the Arctic and for its pure white fur. This animal camouflage allows it to nearly disappear into the snowy landscape where it lives.
Scorpionfish:The scorpionfish is not only a master of animal camouflage but is one of the most venomous fish in the world. A huge family of 100 to 200 species.
Nightjar: is a medium-sized bird that is active at night or at dusk. They have tiny bills, large mouths, and long wings and are found everywhere save New Zealand and some parts of Oceania.
Giraffe:is proof that animal camouflage isn’t just for little animals. the giraffe is, famously, the tallest animal on earth. It can grow from 17 to nearly 19 feet tall.
Leopard:The leopard’s only real enemy is its cousin the lion, and if there are no lions in its territory, this big cat is the apex predator.
Walkingstick:As their name suggests, these insects of the order Phasmatodea resemble twigs or sticks, and some species that live in the tropics resemble leaves.
Long-eared Owl:Found in North America, Eurasia, Europe, and Asia, this bird augments its animal camouflage with near-silent wingbeats. The upshot is the prey neither sees nor hears the bird coming.