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are essential for eliciting camouflaged body patterns.
And camouflaged European mounts, besides being less expensive, are attractive and will definitely bring attention to any skull.
Many birds have coloring that allows them to be disguised and camouflaged, such as the snowy owl blending in with snow.
The entangled design completely obstructs our view of the original words; the instruments of meaning are thus camouflaged and transformed into camouflage.
Discuss how birds often are camouflaged in their natural surroundings.
52] The double-bluff of the Japanese, whereby decoy aircraft were given "a childish kind of camouflage" causing them to be "mistaken for true works which have been insufficiently camouflaged," became famous during the war.
A melanic (dark pigmented) peppered moth sits on a birch tree by a light-colored one camouflaged by crypsis (color matching with background).
At the end of each game, identify how campers camouflaged themselves, what worked well, what was difficult about camouflaging, and what helped the predators identify the prey better.