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20 Amazing Examples of Owl Camouflage
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20 Amazing Examples of Owl Camouflage

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Gorgeous as it is, nature is the place where everyone has to fight for itself to survive. This is why most of them have developed some amazing camouflage techniques to be able to hide while resting or nesting.

Feathered animals have mastered the art of disguise of three different types: they either use color, marking or posture camouflage. A snowy owl, for example, can hardly be seen in winter; some birds pick the trees with a bark that resembles their feather patterns; and some even position themselves in a certain way to blend in the surroundings.

This time we put together a very deceptive selection of owl camouflage. These birds are real forest ninjas. If you think you see nothing but a tree or a rock in the picture, take a closer look and you’re in for a surprise!

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Paul Compton
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4 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Would you mind identifying these owls, please? Pictures are cool, but information is priceless. What kind of owls are they? They are mostly very different and it would be nice to know which is which. Thank you.

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Paul Compton
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4 years ago DotsCreated by potrace 1.15, written by Peter Selinger 2001-2017

Would you mind identifying these owls, please? Pictures are cool, but information is priceless. What kind of owls are they? They are mostly very different and it would be nice to know which is which. Thank you.

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