This post is divided into sections:
I) Animals disguised as leaves
II) Animals as flowers
III) Larger animal camo, with hints–for this part I number them. Some are easy to see and some not. So if you are having a hard time finding the animal, you can look at the end of the section and I will give a hint.
IV. HELP! This section has a few images I have found in other posts about camouflage, stared at for longer than I can tolerate, and not been able to find the animal. So I invite you to find it and post a comment that describes where to look and what to look for.
V. Videos–Don’t miss the videos at the end. A chameleon and an octopus like you’ve never seen.
Bugs are some of the best at camouflaging as leaves, but did you know frogs, lizards and snakes do a pretty convincing job too?
Half dead leaf.
These leaf-fish in the Amazon are remarkably stealthy.
Some bugs prefer mimicking flowers more than leaves.
III. Larger animal camo with hints
Names and hints: 1) Cheetah 2) Three toed sloth 3) Grizzly in snow 4) Kangaroo (on left) 5) Owl 6) Python 7) Wolf (on right) 8) Jaguar 9) Something in the deer family 10) Lion cub 11) Lizard 12) Crocodile 13) Elephant 14) Frog 15) Rocky Ptarmigan chick in nest 16) Mimic Octopus 17) Giraffe 18) Snake 19) Owls 20) Ermine weasel 21) Waterfall frog 22) Some kind of reptile 23)American Bittern bird, 24) tawny frogmouth bird.
If you see a wolf in the image below, please explain where.
Please post a comment if you see anything in the following images.
Many thanks to Moominmom3 who explains where to find and explain where to look for two wolves and some kind of reptile under the comments section below.
O.K. Now you just have to check out this chameleon. Sorry if you don’t like the music but wait until the end. It’s the best.
This octopus video is a section of a TED talk by David Gallo. It’s hard to believe it’s real, but it is. The whole talk can be seen here.
Here’s another way to point out the animals hiding in my “help!” images, thanks to Mel in Scotland.