Animals Blinding In   1 comment

Clark’s Spiny Lizard In A Tree Near The Sabino Canyon Riparian Area — Image by kenne

Animals blend (camouflage) in with their environment so that others might overlook them. The ability to adapt to the surroundings is natural camouflage, which helps an animal hide itself from predator and prey.

The above photo is of a Clark’s Spiny Lizard, who’s normal habitat is not normally in trees, but see how he blends in.

Another example is the red-spotted toad pictured below. The ability for each to adapt to their environment increases chances of survival, and its chances of reproducing.


Red-Spotted Toad in a Sabino Canyon Dam Crack — Image by kenne

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  1. Wow, these photos are terrific. Love playing, find the lizard/toad! Thanks for posting!


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