Animal Imposters

Laniocera baby. Picture courtesy National Geographic.

Laniocera baby. Picture courtesy National Geographic.

Nature is wise. Sometimes, it is better to hide and camouflage than to be very visible. That is the number one rule if you live in the wild. Check as an example Laniocera bird which expends all its young age resembling a poisonous caterpillar to be protected of others depredators. Are you interested in other animal’s camouflage? Please check this piece by National Geographic. You are going to be surprised.

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