Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

Camouflage, also called cryptic coloration, is a defense or tactic that organisms use to disguise their appearance, usually to blend in with their surroundings. The mimic octopus and chameleons aren’t the only animals who can camouflage themselves from predators, and these owls in this post prove they are also the master of camouflage in nature. By tactically using their color, marking or posture, these perfectly blend themselves into the environment. Here we collected 11 examples of owl camouflage from world. Take a closer look and let us know can you identify them from the pictures.

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature


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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature
Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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Owl: Another Master of Camouflage in Nature

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