Camouflage, an art of hiding something, or anything(animals, person, things) to make it harder to see or to get noticed by others. Talk about how military personnel hides themselves, their equipment.
But before that, we’ve animals who camouflaged themselves, blend in with the surrounding environment so well, that you’ll have a hard time finding them in these animal camouflage pictures. These clever animal camouflage pictures shows how well they know their surroundings.
Why they do so?
To hide, from predators. To catch prey or a moment of calmness, peace.
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But who knows whether they’re the predators or being preyed upon. Camouflage is such an art. To survive, to attack, only thing they’ve is their surroundings and they truly know how to use it well, as depicted in these clever animal camouflage pictures.
There’re so many examples of animal camouflage images, but we’ve only six spots.
Get yourself prepped up. Do some squats and concentration exercises, for you’ll have a hard time finding the camouflaged animals as you scroll down.
Animal Camouflage #1
Peringuey’s viper sliding through sand will definitely go unnoticed and it’s going to be a close call. How beautiful, yet cunningly camouflaged avatar this animal has taken to attack whatever comes its way.
Animal Camouflage #2
Dry leaves and suddenly an incredibly camouflaged Jaguar. As alluded before, some animals camouflaged to attack, some to hide, but this Jaguar in the UK zoo is in blend with the surrounding to rest in peace, to catch some sleep.
Source Bex Ross(Flickr)
Animal Camouflage #3
Well, chameleons are the king of camouflage. While other animals use their surroundings, shades, and more, but chameleons can change their color to blend in completely with surroundings. But all I’ve is bunch of dry leaves for you. Find the chameleon?
Animal Camouflage #4
I hope that’s an easy catch for you, but this doesn’t make it any less incredible, clever camouflage than others. It seems as if the owl is carved out of a bark. Bark of tree is owl there is.
Animal Camouflage #5
With nowhere to hide in these tall and dry bushes, a deer feels safe from its predators. Simple yet amazingly camouflaged deer has an exceptional knowledge of its surroundings.
Animal Camouflage #6
Last, but not the least, I won’t tell you what it is(because I do not know, do comment down if you do), but I know where the master of camouflage is. Well, dig deep, take your time, it might not be shy of third or even fourth look. But this has exceptionally disguised his presence.
Okay, honestly, there’s so much more to it. So many more camouflage animals pictures deserves a second look. If you like these, please share and do not forget to amaze your friends and family.
But hey there? My eyes are itching for more. If you’d like to strain your brains out, please check out the work “Vanishing Act”, a project by Seattle-based Photographer, Art Wolfe. Extraordinaire camouflage skills captured well and on time, makes it nearly hard to spot the animals at the first sight.
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If you aren’t too busy finding the hidden animals above, you’d notice that I haven’t mentioned the source for the last three camouflage animal pictures, well, these are by Art Wolfe.
What’d you do if you’re the prey, the animal has taken a camouflaged avatar for? Beware, next time when you step out in woods.
I’ve worked hard to be master of camouflage. Do I deserve a mention here? Cat’s plea!