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Try Finding These Disguised Insects And Spiders

Looks like Nature puts your Halloween costume to shame

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HopefullyThis Won't Scare You Off From Climbing Trees

These guys walk slow to look like branches swaying in the wind - hence the name: Walking Stick insects.
PHOTOGRAPH BY CHRISTIAN ZIEGLER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC / Via news.nationalgeographic.com

These guys walk slow to look like branches swaying in the wind - hence the name: Walking Stick insects.

...Or Smelling Flowers

The Orchid Mantis blends into the flower awaiting prey to accidentally come into its presence.
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The Orchid Mantis blends into the flower awaiting prey to accidentally come into its presence.

Decomposing Leaf?

Nope, its a leaf-litter mantid. It likes to hide out on the forest floor.
PHOTOGRAPH BY CHRISTIAN ZIEGLER, NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC / Via travel.sina.com.cn

Nope, its a leaf-litter mantid. It likes to hide out on the forest floor.

Ew! Poop?

Gross-looking isn't it? This is the Bird Dropping Spider and yes, that is its actual name. Some can emit a smell of feces to attract a nice meal of flies.
Via daintreerainforest.net.au

Gross-looking isn't it? This is the Bird Dropping Spider and yes, that is its actual name. Some can emit a smell of feces to attract a nice meal of flies.

Who Doesn't Love Ladybugs?

Well, predators apparently...guess they don't taste very good. Oh, and did I mention this was a Ladybird SPIDER?
Via i.telegraph.co.uk

Well, predators apparently...guess they don't taste very good. Oh, and did I mention this was a Ladybird SPIDER?

Here's Another Tree-Horror

The Tree Stump Orb-Weaver spider. See its little head poking out from its fake tree stump (which is actually its abdomen)?
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The Tree Stump Orb-Weaver spider. See its little head poking out from its fake tree stump (which is actually its abdomen)?

Fluff?

A little fluff goes a long way to help Thistledown Velvet Ant stay alive ... who wants to eat fluff?
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A little fluff goes a long way to help Thistledown Velvet Ant stay alive ... who wants to eat fluff?

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