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

Katydids

This member of the long-horned grasshopper family might not like to be seen, but it doesn't mind being heard. Katydids often sing and chirp in the evenings to attract the opposite sex. Some think the chirp of the females sounds like "Katey did, katey didn't" -- but who can really say?

(Xinhua/Landov)
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