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Sunday, 24 November 2013


The peacock flounder fish is so skilled at camouflage that it can imitate a chessboard if rested on top of it.

Some species of chameleons can change the color of their skins for camouflage, or to signal mood to other chameleons. This is caused by stress and changes in the intensity of light and temperature, which alter the dispersal of pigment granules in the layers of cells beneath the outer skin.

 Wearing camouflage clothing on safari in Tanzania is illegal.

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