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25 Incredible Camouflaged Animals

Thursday 10.17.2013 , Posted by

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 25 incredible camouflaged animals hiding out in their natural habitats.

25 – Bat Faced Toad
Taken among the leaves of Amacayacu National Park in Colombia this bat faced toad is masterful at blending into its surroundings.

Bat Faced Toad

24 – Common Baron Caterpillar
Commonly found in India and Southeast Asia, these caterpillars often blend into the mango plants on which they make their homes and quite often are a big headache to local farmers.

Common Baron Caterpillar

23 – Dead Leaf Mantis
It shouldn’t be too hard to see where this species of mantis got its name.

Dead Leaf Mantis

22 – Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko
Endemic to Madagascar, this gecko can not only change color to match its surrounding but it also has several dermal flaps that extend outwards to break up its outline.

Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko

21 – Dead Leaf Butterfly
Found throughout tropical Asia, the dead leaf butterfly resembles a dry leaf with dark veins when its wings are closed.

Dead Leaf Butterfly

See the rest of the list at List25!

Syed Balkhi

Written by Syed Balkhi

Syed is a WordPress developer with strong marketing background. He is the founder of WPBeginner, List25, and numerous other sites. He loves to write guides like how to choose the best WordPress hosting.

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