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5. Adaptation for hiding: Some animals can colour themselves with the dominant colours in the environment, so they become no prominent aim for their enemies, as the leaf - insect which is hardly discovered by its enemies because it looks like the plant leaves exactly in colour and shape of wings, and the stick - insect which looks like the branches of plants as well.

Stick insect

Leaf insect

Chameleon colours itself with the dominant colours of the environment to be hidden from its preys of insects to capture them and feed on. Camouflage: is the ability of some living organisms to be hidden from their enemies or to capture the preys in the predator species.

Chameleon

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