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Camouflaged in nature - Animals where their markings help them hide

This challenge closed almost 6 years ago.

The Challenge

Lets see how nature lets animals (all sorts – birds, insects, spiders etc) blend in with their environment so that others might overlook them. Some are really sophisticated hiders who can change their camouflage in accordance with a change in their surroundings.

Being entirely overlooked by a predator is preferable to having to put up a fight.

The photos must be:

  1. added to the group
  2. show them blending into their environment

Judging / Voting Criteria

Vote for the best works that display animals whose markings make them hard to see.

Rewards & Prizes

Lots of fame and plenty of applause, as well as:

  1. Winner and next top five will be featured
  2. Winner will be invited to take part in the October Group Avatar challenge

Additional Information

PLEASE make sure that your entry belongs to the group or else it will be removed – and if we don’t catch it at moderation stage, and we try to feature your winning/top ten placed entry, we can’t do it if it’s not in the group, so your place in the Featured line-up goes to the next in line.

You can enter the challenge at the same time, but just remember to add it to the group as well.

Cover Image: Well Camouflaged, But Seen by stevealder


The Top Ten

Hello Ms. Praying Mantis! by Jane Brack

Hello Ms. Praying Mantis! by Jane Brack was voted the most popular entry in this challenge with 14 votes.

  • Brownie, a tiny brown frog in Kabini by Indrani Ghose
  • Big greene caterpillar by Ana Belaj
  • Camouflage by Konstantinos Arvanitopoulos
  • You can't see me! by William Brennan
  • Red-tailed Hawk by Martin Smart
  • Stone Sheep by peaceofthenorth
  • Baby frogmouth - and mum by jesskato
  • Resting Below the Bridge by katpix
  • Red crested Korhaan by Antionette

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