Updated: 6/22/2020
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  • that is called camouflagethere are 4 types of Camouflage, come I will teach you
  • Bro, there are so many animals that are dangerous and they Hiding themselves in places we don't know
  • Concealing coloration is when an animal hides itself with the background color example:polar bear, snowy owl etc
  • hmm I am learning a lot
  • wow!
  • disruptive coloration is when animals have stripes or spots to camouflage
  • example: zebra, leopard, tigers etc
  • And Mimicry is when animals try to look like other dangerous animals
  • disguise is when the animals try to blend in with the surroundings
  • some examples of animals that camouflage are: stick insect, leaf insect, polar bear, snakes, butterflies and tree frogs
  • thanks bro this was very informativeAnd now i am not even scared anymore because I can find out where they are
  • some facts about camouflage are:chameleons don't change their color to blend with the surroundings but to inform other chameleons
  • Most animals are dark on top and light underneath. With light coming from the sky, this counter shading makes them less visible.
  • slugs can change their colors by the food they eat
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