Animal Disguises

Mother nature helps these creatures go incognito.

Animal Disguises

Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise
Animals in Disguise

Cuttlefish

Considered chameleons of the sea, cuttlefish can quickly change their skin color to appear invisible to enemies. The fish's color-changing power is generated by pigmented, light-reflecting cells that synchronize to create desired patterns. If all else fails, the species can also squirt ink, like octopuses.

(David Loh/Reuters)
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