10+ Amazing Wild Animal Camouflage


Camouflage is a wonderful thing. It is a form of deceptive coloration that is essential to the survival of most animals. Camouflage can make it extremely difficult to spot an animal in its natural habitat because the animal appears to blend into its surroundings. This adaptation is beneficial because it can provide protection from predators.

This built-in protection is key to surviving in the wild. This is why many animal species have developed different ways to camouflage themselves throughout the course of evolution.

Here are a list of animals who are masters of disguise.  

#1. Adelpha Serpa Selerio Caterpillar





#2. Arctic Fox


#3. Brimstone Butterfly


#4. Buff-Tip Moth



#5. Butterfly 




#6. California Ground Squirrel



#7. California Stick Insect



#8. Camouflaged Looper




#9. Chameleon
#10. Cicada



#11. Common Baron Caterpillar
#12. Copperhead Snake


#13. Crab Spider

#14. Flounder Fish

#15. Ghost Piper Fish 



#16. Glauert's Seadragon
#17. Goldenrod Crab Spider

#18. Grasshopper

#19. Gray Treefrog

#20. Great Gray Owl

#21. Great Horned Owl


#22. Great Potoo


#23. Great Rockfish


#24. Green Sea Turtle


#25. Horned Adder


#26. Horned Lizard


#27. Impala

#28. Katydid or Bush Cricket


#29. Leaf Insect Phyllium Giganteum


#30. Leaf-Litter Mantid


#31. Leaf-Litter Toads


#32. Leaf-Tailed Gecko


#33. Leopard


#35. Lichen Spider


#36. Longfingered Scorpionfish


#37. Long-tailed Potoo



#38. Mappet Leaf Moth



#39. Mediterranean Octopus



#40. Misumena Vatia Spider


#41. Mossy Leaf-tailed Gecko




#42. Moth

#43. Owl

#44. Owlets

#45. Peppered Moth


#46.Pygmy Seahorse

#47. Red Bat


#48. Shimmery Sea Sapphire

#50. Snow Leopard

#51. Soft Coral Crab

#52. Southern Pygmy Leatherjacket

#53. Stealth Owl

#54. Stick Insect

#55. Stone fish

#56. Stone Flounder

#57. Toadhead Agama

#58. Tree Snake

#59. Tropidoderus Childreni or Children's Stick Insect


#60. Uroplatus Gecko

#61.White-Tailed Ptarmigan

#62. Willow Ptarmigan

#63. Wolf Spider

#64. Wrap around Spider


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