Can you spot the animals in these photos as they cleverly disguise themselves in their environment?
From peeping giraffes to camouflaged cats, these stunning images show wildlife using their natural camouflage to go unseen in their habitat.
How many can you spot? We’ll start off easy before getting into the real challenge.
Photographer Yensen Tan captured this image of a lurking crocodile as it blends in with the water in Tangerang, Indonesia.
Here’s a bizarre-looking fish that makes a terrifying face in the sand on the ocean floor, as photographed by Will Soo.
Varun Aditya caught this giraffe on camera with its head poking through the trees in what looks like an unsuccessful game of hide and seek.
Photographer Elmar Weiss snapped a camouflaged leopard stealthily hiding amongst the underbrush to avoid being noticed at Masai Mara, Kenya.
In this photo taken in Derbyshire, UK, an owl blends in seamlessly with a stone wall, making it very difficult to spot.
A photo taken by Rob Borovsky shows a great gray owl utilizing its amazing camouflage while perched in a tree perfectly positioned for the hunt. Can you find it?
This image taken by Bhavya Joshi shows a well-hidden MacQueen’s bustard with its beady eye poking through the plants and leaves. Can you spot it?
And last but not least, Steve Fleetwood snapped a hen pheasant hiding in the autumn brown grass in Whitby, North Yorkshire. The hen pheasant is impossible to spot as its brown feathers blend in perfectly with the decaying grass.
Can you spot the hen pheasant in this photo?
This gallery of pictures exhibits the natural adaptations of camouflage that animals possess—courtesy of Mother Nature—to go unseen, hunt, hide, and survive in their wild habitats.
Were you able to spot them all?