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Camouflaged Insects in Nature By Mrs. Hicks
What is camouflage? Camouflage means how insects hide themselves from their predators. Do you see the cricket in this picture?
Color Camouflage Some insects use color to camouflage themselves. They live or feed on flowers or plants that match their color.
Look Closely! Look at the next few slides. Why have these insects have chosen the plant that they are on?
Invisible?? Check out how this insect is almost invisible. This is another way insects camouflage themselves.
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