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Animal Camouflage

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Wildlife photographers are used to camouflaging into their environment in order to capture the beautiful creatures that roam this planet without disrupting them. It’s best to catch images of animals in their natural element, though this can be rather difficult given their elusive nature. As much as photographers seek to conceal their position, sometimes it can be hard to tell what they’re hiding from because animals have a natural gift for evasively prowling for prey or hiding from predators...

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  • Alessandra Rizzotti

    I wish humans had the power to do this just bec it would be so fun to see. So interesting how it's a survival technique. I know that camoflauging can be considered a human psychological trait-- people with personality disorders tend to do it- they copy other people's behaviors because at some point in their lives, they didn't learn how to form their own traits. It usually happens with trauma. Anywho- maybe that's too heavy to bring up- but I do think it's interesting that humans do it psychologically and animals do it physically.