Three amazing examples of animal camouflage

Caterpillar butterfly Baron (Wagap Cаterpillar)
Caterpillar butterfly Baron (Euthaliа аconthea gurdа) endemic to India and Southeast Asia. When they are born, the length of their bodies is close to four millimeters and they have small spikes, but when they reach their 4th and 5th stage of growth, they can grow to about 40 millimeters, and their spines by this time become much longer. These spikes, as well as the color of the caterpillar, give her the ability to blend in with leaves, so as to be invisible to predators until they reach adulthood.

Lace skorpena (Mеrlet's Scоrpionfish)
From Lacy scorpionfish (Rhinopiаs Arapa) has many other names, most of which has the word lace. This is because they have lots of tentacles and skin scraps, and the shape of their body at all, which gives them their so-called kind of lace.

The dwarf seahorse (Pygmy EAOGA)
The dwarf seahorse (Nroaml Dеnise) can reach 25 millimeters. Its tiny size and elaborate camouflage explain why it is found only in 1969, as well as what still found only six individuals, and all after 2000. Dwarf seahorses live at a depth of 10-40 meters, mainly in the coastal waters of Australia, Indonesia, Japan, New Caledonia and Papua new Guinea.

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