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What do you know about camouflage? Here are the top 100 pictures where you need to find who is hidden

9 months ago
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Camouflage is a type of coloring or pattern that helps an animal blend in with its surroundings. It is common among invertebrates, including some species of octopus and squid, along with a variety of other animals. Camouflage is often used by prey as a way to hide from prey. It is also used by predators to hide while shooting prey.


In nature, any advantage increases the animal's chances of survival and reproduction. For this reason, some species of animals have evolved and developed a series of special adaptations that help them find food and avoid predators. One of the most widespread and varied adaptations is the natural camouflage, the ability of an animal to hide from predators and prey. The nature of this camouflage differs considerably from one species to another.


At the end of the 18th century, Abbott Thayer made an important observation about wildlife, which later became the basis for the development of modern camouflage. After studying wildlife, Thayer noticed that most animals had dark bodies on their backs and almost white on their abdomen. This is an essential property that has led to the development of modern types of camouflage. The gradient from dark to light colors eliminates the visual "surface" sensation, making the object using that gradient more difficult to observe than one that does not use a gradient. That body loses its "3D" quality and appears flat.


Today at Bemorepanda we collected the most amazing moments of camouflage, and not only of animals, but even of objects and people. It will definitely be interesting for you!


1.Duck soul


2.A lovebird in a bunch of Mango


3.Matching the rocks


Camouflage, as we know it today, was born in 1915 when the French army created a new unit called the "camouflage division". The first people who were called in to create the camouflage used in World War I were visual artists, obviously because of their color skills and their combination.


There are several different types of camouflage, including color concealment, disruptive coloring, disguise, and facial expressions.


4.A dog and a bear blanket


5.Snowy


6.Where’s the sandwich?


Spreading the coloring allows an animal to mix in its environment, hiding it from prey. Some animals have fixed camouflage, such as owls and polar bears, whose white color helps them mix with arctic snow. Other animals may change their camouflage depending on where they are. For example, sea creatures, such as flatfish and stone fish, can change color to mix with the surrounding sands and rock formations. This type of camouflage, known as wallpaper matching, allows them to lie on the bottom of the sea without being seen. It is a very useful adaptation. Some other animals have a type of seasonal camouflage, such as the snowshoe rabbit, whose fur turns white in winter to match the surrounding snow. In summer, the animal's fur turns brown to match the surrounding leaves.


7.Black rug + Black cat


8.Bird trying to camuflate


Disturbing coloring includes spots, streaks, and other patterns that break the shape of an animal's shape and sometimes hide certain parts of the body. The stripes of a zebra's coat, for example, create a disturbing pattern that is confusing to flies, whose compound eyes have trouble processing the pattern. Disturbing color is also seen in spotted leopards, striped fish and black and white scallops. Some animals have a certain type of camouflage called a disturbing eye mask. This is a band of color found on the bodies of birds, fish and other creatures that hides the eye, which is usually easy to notice due to its distinctive shape. The mask makes the eye almost invisible, allowing the animal to better avoid being seen by predators.


9.A second look is not enough


10.World’s tallest bus


Disguise is a type of camouflage in which an animal takes on the appearance of something else in its environment. Some insects, for example, disguise themselves in the leaves, changing their shade. There is even a whole family of insects, known as leafy insects or walking leaves, which are famous for this type of camouflage. Other creatures disguise themselves, such as the staff or the staff, which resembles a twig.


11.Matching


12.Plant shop


13.Lost my laptop last days


Mimicry is a way in which animals can look like related animals that are more dangerous or otherwise less attractive to predators. This type of camouflage is seen on snakes, butterflies and moths. For example, the scarlet red snake, a type of harmless snake found in the eastern United States, has evolved to look like the coral snake, which is extremely poisonous. Butterflies mimic other species that are poisonous to predators. In both cases, the misleading coloring of the animals helps to drive away other creatures that may be looking for a meal.


14.Broken chair?



15.Friends


16.Interesting camouflage


In addition to matching color with the environment, many animals have distinctive patterns on their bodies that they use to hide. These could be spots or streaks that could match the pattern of the habitat or to serve as a visual disturbance. For example, animals that populate areas with tall grass tend to have vertical stripes. Most of the time this model seems to be applied to the animal. For this reason it is difficult for the predator to figure out where the animal begins and where it ends.


And when it comes to people, of course, we camouflage ourselves when we need to. Whether you go hunting or fishing, or participate in an airsoft game, you will always need camouflage. This will give you a clear advantage over prey or enemies.


17.The right jacket


18.Fail ( a cup full of milk)


19.Combination


20.Kitty


21.The fact that the trees are matching is an poor accident


22.After a fresh wax


23.Blending


24.Dinner plate


25.A sitting jacket


26.New dog bed


27.Favourite rug


28. 4 people in the foto


29.Only a top


30.Hard hat


31.Took me a second


32.Cruise America


33.Puurrrfect


34.Cameleon stuff


35.Spiderman


36.Photographer


37.Tatto 


38.Tail dog?


39.Matching countertop


40.Kitty and the floor


41.Void kitty


42.Avocado parrot


43.Moth


44.Family time


45.Is that the same material?


46.Mushroom+risotto


47.Leaf and car


48.Where it is?


49.Knives


50.So perfect


51.Blending in


52.Nice bun


53.Perfect camouflage


54.These shoes


55.Little rat


56.Taking a nap


57.Baby lizard


58.Two cats


59.Becoming one


60.Carpet dog


61.Pizza time


62.Blending in


63.Coffee+milk the same shade as the cup


64.Matched


65.Satisfaction


66.What can a bag of popcorn do?


67.Tissue box


68.Void rug


69.Find the glasses


70.Flower boy


71.Camocat


72.A photo of me


73.The bean in Chicago


74.Shoes


75.Cat on a rock


76.New pan


77.Blended skirt


78.Cool buddy


79.The sea


80.Where is the second team


81.Cat


82.Relaxing in the evening


83.Found on Spanish TV


84.Hair brush


85.Who wore it best?


86.Cat like pillow


87.Chocolate lab


88.Cute kitty


89.Which one is the dog?


90.These pants


91.A spider


92.A camouflaged outlet


93.,More engaged


94.A white husky and the last snow


95.Matching


96.Find the dog


97.So cool


98.Matching one more time


99.The line


100.Where’s the card?



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