Los animales con el mejor camuflaje del mundo (20 fotos)

animales-con-el-mejor-camuflage  Caballito de mar Pygmy

Wolf Spider These sketch basts are from the family Lycosidae, from the Ancient Greek word for wolf. These guys like to hunt alone, and rely on their camouflage ability to keep them hidden from potential prey. They've been known to run short distances when chasing and killing their prey, which is reason enough for this spider to be thrown into the 'nope' category. Araña lobo

Dead Leaf Mantis

These bugs are named so because they have the ability to mimic dead leaves. This helps them in both hunting and hiding. So, next time you jump into a pile of leaves in the fall, just think that you could be jumping into a pile of these. Mantis hoja muerta


A cuttlefish lives in the same family as squids and octopodes. These guys eat anything that they can get their little teeth on, including other cuttlefish. So these guys like to play cannibal hide and seek. Calamar

Great Potoo

The Great Potoo is similar to the Owl as they both hunt at night, and like to prey on insects, mice, and on occasion, bats. Gran potoo

African Scops Owl

Situated in Sub-Saharan Africa, these birds like to stay nestled against trees with their ear tufts extended nice and tall in order to stay hidden. Búho africano


Chameleons change their colours for more than just camouflage. They do it when the weather changes, when their mood changes, and when they are communicating with others. So imagine that a chameleon is hiding from a predator, then it starts raining, does it give itself away? Who knows. Camaleón

Clouded Leopard

These guys can be found from the Himalayan foot hills and down through mainland China. By found I mean, they exist there, but you might not see them because they have kick ass camo skills. Leopardo nube

Crab Spider

These spiders like to hide when they hunt, so beware. Imagine picking up this flower and lifting it up to your nose for a nice whiff. F**K! Araña cangrejo


These fish like to live on rocky or sandy beds of the ocean. They lay flat and are very hard to see when they sit still. Lenguado

Uroplatus sikorae

This is a species of Gecko that is also referred to as the mossy leaf-tailed gecko. They have the ability to hide in moss, grass, and trees due to their incredibly unique skin. Uroplatus sikorae

Pouched Frog

This frog has a ton of red and brown tones allowing it to hide against trees and in the mud to stay safely away from predators. Rana pochada

Leafy Sea Dragon

Found on the coasts of Australia, these guys are in the same family as pipe fish and sea horses. When making a quick getaway, they can just hop into any seaweed or corals and immediately disappear. Dragón de mar

Waterfall Frog

These things are found in Australia, because of course they are. They are so named because of their tendency to rest on waterfalls and creek beds. Rana cascada

Flower Mantis

The flower mantis is a species of mantis that sits camouflaged in flowers as a form of hunting. They catch their prey as soon as they land in the flower. Mantis de flor


Lions have the incredible ability to stalk their prey while staying hidden in their surroundings. Much like house cat when they try to attack a laser pointer, they crouch and get ready to pounce. León

Stick Bug

The stick bug, or if you are slightly more daring- the Phasmatodea, is a type of bug that hides in trees and branches. While their camouflage is built for defense, if they were to get found they also have the ability to secrete toxins. Insecto palo


These things are nuts. They can squeeze through the tiniest spaces, can spray ink, and hide almost anywhere. Pulpo


This is a caterpillar hiding on a Teak wood branch. Crazy how nature do dat. Oruga

Stone Fish

Stone fish are not only sketchy looking, they hide extremely well and are poisonous. Pez piedra


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