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Can You Spot All of These Amazing Camouflaged Animals?

Mother Nature is a true master of disguise and camouflage. It's as beautiful as it is impressive to see how these animals adapt to their surroundings in order to hide, whether it's to hunt or avoid being hunted. Animals from all sizes can hide in the most unlikely of places, go a head and see how many of them you can spot. Don’t worry about the hard ones, we've thrown in a bit of help when the animals are really hard to spot.

Pygmy Seahorses:

Camouflaged Animals
 

katydid (Bush Cricket)

Camouflaged Animals
 

Orchid Mantis:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Buff-Tip Moth:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Potoo:

Camouflaged Animals
 

A tiny Tree Frog, if you can't find it just look at the next picture.

Camouflaged Animals
 
Camouflaged Animals
 

Eastern Screech Owl:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Children’s Stick Insect:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Indo-Chinese Flying Lizard:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Stone Flounders:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Bark Spider:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Leaf-Tailed Gecko:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Peppered Moth:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Squirrel:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Sand Spider:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Rockfish:

Camouflaged Animals
 

African Lion:

Camouflaged Animals
 
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Camouflaged Animals
 

Crab:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Mossy Leaf-Tailed Gecko:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Leaf Bugs, perfect camouflage for all times of the year:

Camouflaged Animals
 
Camouflaged Animals
 

Uropyia meticulodina, a moth mimicking a curled up dead leaf:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Leafy Sea Dragon:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Willow Ptarmigans, another animal that can change color to blend in during all the seasons:

Camouflaged Animals
 
 

Scorpionfish:

Camouflaged Animals
 

Even your own pets can sometimes show they can perfectly bland at the most unexpected of places.

Camouflaged Animals
 

And I do mean unexpected!

Camouflaged Animals
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