See Animals with Camouflage So Good They’re Basically Invisible

One of the more amazing facts about animals is how so many of them use camouflage to either hide from predators or even hide from potential prey.

Here are examples of animal camouflage that make the animal basically invisible.

Walkingstick- Was that twig there before?

Walkingsticks, or stick insects, are so well camouflaged they even act like sticks!

Chameleon- Master of Animal Camouflage

Chameleons, of which almost half of all species live in Madagascar, are masters of animal camouflage.

Scorpionfish- Watch Your Step!

Scorpionfish, who have extremely potent venom in their sharp spines, is one of the most poisonous animals in the ocean, as well as a very well camouflaged animal.

Nightjar- A Little Too Well-Camouflaged?

A Nightjar, a well-camouflaged bird, is able to hunt and catch aerial insects such as moths in those huge mouths.

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