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Well, it reminds me of Ricky Gervais' bit on polar bears and seals, but I can't find it. Stoopid toobs.
"I must blend in to survive, I cannot be different."I think many of us tried that for a while in high school.I don't know that any of us ever actually succeeded.Good.
Always hide where there a lot of the same things.Looking for the Kliban cartoon but this will do.
Cool pictures. Thanks.My tortoiseshell cat, Molly, blends in with an astounding number of things. She can hunker down on the mulch outside and we'll totally miss her unless she's looking at us and we see her green eyes.Also, the alligator at the top of my blog - I didn't see it at first. The tail looked to me like plant material. My husband kept saying, "Right there - it's right there!" and when I saw it I was really kind of shocked.
Well, isn't that different! Hiding is not normally a social skill. Hiding is a defensive activity used when surrounded by lawless predators.
Well, Liu Bolin needs to calm right down and have a little talk with Thomas Friedman.
I am reminded of the Far Side cartoon with the Penguin in the background singing "I got to be me! I just go to be me." Not quite the same thing as camouflage (like this one. But it cracks me up every time.(sigh) I miss Gary Larson.
I couldn't tell what was hiding in the first picture. Leaves?
Blog camoflage is done all the time by hiding behind new Commenter Names, which works because Blogs are written...not seen and heard and interracted with as people are, unless lots of pictures are mixed in with the written words.
When it comes to camouflage the insect or toad or snake that is covered with a regular irregular mottled pattern similar to its habitat is far more effectively hidden than these artists who would jump out at the viewer if they moved one foot in any direction. Is the meaning of that sentence effectively camouflaged? Good. Exit stage left.
Thanks, MM -- seeing it on a larger screen helped, too, but I think you telling me helped me to look for a snake and not another animal.Funny thing is, I saw what appeared to be eyes in the upper left quadrant, but now I see it's the snake's diamondback pattern.
"Naturally, the best camouflage artists are found in nature."I disagree; the one of the Lockheed aircraft plant is amazing and not natural.Funny how we don't count ourselves as natural, yet a tiger would consider us naturally delicious.
bagoh20...That's why tigers need camoflage to hide from the Dominant Human creature using weapons. Just ignore all that animals are equivalent to humans crap out of PETA entrapped minds.
Oh, oh, oh, camouflage, things are never quite the way they seem.Oh, oh, oh, camouflage, this was an awfully big marine.
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